On Sunday night, Barnard College’s Shange Magic Project, along with Beacon Press and the Shange Literary Trust, honored the late poet and playwright Ntozake Shange (BC ‘70) and her posthumously published book Dance We Do:
Public static main void string args. If you saw Bwoggers Brigid Cromwell and Sydney Contreras doodling all over their Intro to Java and Computing in Context finals, no you didn’t.
New Staffer Rania Borgani attended a lecture entitled Ballots and Borders: Election 2020 and What’s at Stake for International Students and Scholars. The lecture, given by Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr, centered around the immigration policies of
Staff writer Mary Qiu listened to Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017, a free podcast production made available by the Public Theatre, that examines Trump’s rise to power, scrutinizes liberals’ language surrounding Trump, and explores
Apparently it’s the Year of Water here at Columbia. Bwog jumps in on the bandwagon and drinks some water. This article just like WATERLICHT, except nobody wants to take pictures of it and there isn’t a line outside the club.
Bwogger Gabrielle Kloppers is an East Asian Languages and Cultures minor. Although she loves her classes, she doesn’t need to go to the East Asian Library in Kent all that often. Imagine her anxiety when she realized that the one time she does need it, it’s flooded. Or read all about it here. So, let […]
Are you a FIJI lover? And no, I’m not talking about the Frat, I’m talking the close to $3 bottle of water. The water that apparently is sourced from volcanic springs and has become synonymous with luxury. If you are, eschewing the pragmatism and convenience of Poland Spring, then you will most likely seek out those […]
Happening in the world: An ancient tomb with mummies was discovered in Egypt! (CNN) Happening in the nation: Florida was hit by Hurricane Irma last night. The whole state is in crisis mode, and the western coast will likely be hit the worst. (BBC) Happening in NYC: It’s New York Fashion Week! Learn more about the happenings. (NY Times) Happening […]
Supply: of honey is not what it seems! (Food Safety News) Demand: for water could lead to international tension in the coming years. (NYT) Supply: of transplant organs in China will drop as the government discontinues the practice of taking them from inmates on death row. (BBC) Demand: transparency in the administration. (Spec) Chartz via […]
Update, 6:11 pm: McShane sent out an email advising students “to continue to use caution and monitor information sources.” And good building-integrity news: “Facilities has checked all buildings on the Morningside campus and has determined that there are no significant problems.” Most importantly, CC and SEAS ’15 move-in is on for tomorrow! Full email after […]
Blue Java Express has seen the light and joined, well, everyone, in making hot water free. While customers once had to pay an exorbitant $.75 for a cup of hot water, enterprising students can now provide their own tea or instant coffee and find endless refills at Blue Java. These are hard times: make sure […]
Prolific tipster Jason Patinkin has just reported that a pipe has burst on the tenth floor of Schermerhorn, resulting in the evacuation of the building. “Thankfully, the building is filled with environmental scientists well equipped to deal with such hydrological catastrophes,” Patinkin rationalized in this time of crisis. UPDATE 3:33 PM: According to a second […]
To give students a taste of those delightful pre-plumbing days, the forces of Columbia have decided to withhold running hot water from residents of John Jay this morning. Daily Editor Eliza Shapiro reports that it’s been gone for at least two hours. People are wandering around with bath towels looking forlornly for an oasis and support groups […]
This is for a very narrow section of the population, namely for those of you bored in class, reading Bwog, and contemplating a shower on your return to your dorm in EC. Tough luck. There will be no running water in EC for an indefinite period of time. The reason? Only the delightfully intriguing “emergency […]
Barnard Facilities is going to be sanitizing and scraping the interior of the water tanks that supply many of BC’s dorms and buildings with water. While Bwog still can’t quite get past a few burning questions (Was the water unsanitary before? Scraping what off the tank? GUNK?) the real news is that Barnard isn’t going […]
Passengers are still stranded, sweaty, and discontented along nearly every subway line, as the city recovers from this morning’s as-of-yet unconfirmed tornado. People are still waiting in droves for buses and taxis or walking across the city’s bridges and Mayor Bloomberg has canceled his entire morning to no doubt assess damage to homes and trees in Brooklyn. Send Bwog the story of your wacky commute! We want […]