While campus is closed for the semester, the Milstein Center and their Teaching and Learning Centers have been working to provide online support and resources for students on their semester away. Most are providing events,
First-year Panu Hejmadi gives new students an in-depth, articulate tour of Barnard College as the most reliable tour guide that has ever been on Barnard’s campus. After all, there is nothing more objective than a
On Wednesday, September 16, noted author and feminist scholar Roxane Gay addressed the Barnard community, in the first of three lectures in the new “Big Problems: Making Sense of 2020” series.
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In this preview from the November issue of The Blue and White (on campus now!), senior editor Torsten Odland, CC ’15, continues the fictional saga of Columbia freshman Wilson. In this novella attempt, the pair navigate the L-train and discuss innocence lost. You can read the first installment of the series, in which Wilson and Andrew first […]
The University Senate debates a resolution to ban smoking within 50 feet of all buildings on Columbia’s Morningside campus. (Spec) A new housing option is introduced. (NYT) Why, Camel, why? (NY Post) It’s about that time… (Gawker) Photo via Wikimedia Commons
Andrew Cuomo v. the President of 9/11 (NY Post). The University Senate gets meta (Spec). There’s something in the water at Harvard (Gawker). The Office of Multicultural Affairs: Where Everyone Knows Your Name (Spec). Rachel Ray saves the world with whole-wheat flatbread and free-range chicken (CityRoom). Hipsters worry that Williamsburg = Belfast circa 1970 (NY […]
Bwog on a Budget, your wallet-friendly guide to living in the city returns this week, with a fall shopping guide for discount points of destination in and around the city. Discount Department Stores Don’t let the promises of Dolce and Gabana and Manolos fool you. Invariably, you will search through piles of strewn polyester before […]
1020 not cutting it on Friday nights anymore? Bwog nightlife correspondent James DeWille is your tour guide to a better weekend. Here, he provides a user-friendly guide to Every 2nd Friday in Williamsburg. Friday night is starting early this weekend, so prepare to don your dumpiest and head on over to the Bedford L stop […]
Because Bwog knows you’re not really going to Tom’s with your OL group. (You know you don’t have to, right?) Here, several upperclassmen recall what they did on their first night of college. My best friend from high school arrived at NYU the day before and he had already made friends with Haley Joel Osment. […]
Part of an ongoing series in which Bwog takes you to the less traveled corners of our metropolis (less traveled by CU students, anyway). Remember Francie Nolan, the young protagonist of Betty Smith’s A Tree Grows in Brooklyn? She was thrifty and imaginative, a voracious reader, nimble with her hands. She worked her little Irish […]