On Monday, Columbia’s COVID-19 vaccine symposium kicked off with a press conference featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, Dr. Nancy Messonnier, and President Bollinger. Deputy Events Editor Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz and Daily Editor Henry Astor
Last Saturday, Staff Writer Samantha Seiff had the opportunity to view the Barnard Theatre Department’s virtual production On Loop, written by Charly Evon Simpson and directed by Professor Alice Reagan.
Are you a graduating senior? Have you been asked at least once if you’re in any housing groups yet only to be hit with the realization that you’re a senior? Then existential dread may be
Good morning, Bwog readers. Today is definitely NOT the last day before classes and we all have NO responsibilities!
Good morning! The swarms of upperclassmen returning to campus can only mean one thing; the end is upon us. Make the most of your last few days before classes with Bwog.
Good morning, afternoon, Morningside! As NSOP comes to a close and you new students spend your first full weekend on campus, hopefully you’ve gotten a good idea of what 116th has to offer.
After a day of rain, sunny days are ahead for the last few days of NSOP. Enjoy the last two days before the rest of campus returns for the Fall! If you got any fun NSOP stories or just overheard the weirdest conversation, send us a line at email@example.com or fill out our lovely form.
Gooooood morning! Welcome to your first tip-top Tuesday as a Barnumbia student. Speaking of tips, be sure to direct any anecdotes, overseens/overheards, and weird shit your OL said to your group to firstname.lastname@example.org via email or this handy form.
Goooood morning, class of 2023!
Columbia knows you probably got way too drunk on Voda last night, regardless of whether you actually found a party to go to. That’s why today’s activities are mostly optional, so welcome to the neighborhood tours! Before you say, “I’ve got four whole years to go to all these places!”: No, you don’t. If you […]
It’s day six of NSOP, which means the wildest week of freshman year (for some of you) is winding down to a close. You’ve made new friends, have already switched majors (?), and are now almost ready to make the transition from prefrosh to official Columbia freshman. Congrats! Shockingly enough, you’ll actually be in classes […]
Welcome to Columbia, class of 2022! By now, your boxes are unpacked, your parents are miles away, and your phones are already starting to fill with the numbers and Snapchat handles of potential new friends. It’s NSOP season here in sunny, humid Morningside Heights, and Bwog is here to help you get through the required events […]
We’ve now arrived at the weekend – there are no required activities today, and even better, you don’t yet have any homework. Take advantage of that short-lived freedom by getting off campus, whether you rush a Broadway show, walk the length of Manhattan, or tag along on a Columbia-sponsored tour. If you do anything (or […]
It’s a light day for the mandatory NSOP schedule. Take it easy, in the morning, throw a glowstick party in the evening, and meet your passionate pears at night. This is the last day before the upperclassmen arrive, so make it count! Make sure to send your funniest or creepiest stories to email@example.com (or use […]
Is it still a good morning if you’re up past McDonald’s breakfast hours? Yeah they serve all day now, but the rigid 10:30 standard they set is timeless (it’s 11am and you’re just now waking up? We’ve been eating fries for 30 min. Where have you been?). Keeping up with NSOP can be exhausting, whether you were partying […]
Happy Wednesday of NSOP! Hope you’re not too hungover and ready to conquer another day of scheduled programming–luckily, today doesn’t seem to be too packed. Remember: if you see/hear/do anything ridiculous, send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our anonymous tip form. Today’s highlights: Scoops with Columbia College and Columbia Engineering Staff: Let professors serve […]
If you haven’t yet had a totally normal, non-awkward social interaction with anything on this campus, this byline can be your first one: what’s up! Welcome to Columbia, 2021! As move-in continues and you begin to settle in, you may realize that making friends can be an annoying process. Asking people their name & origin will […]