Earlier today, President Bollinger announced the next phase of Columbia’s Sustainability Plan, which outlines emissions and sustainability goals for the next ten years.
Life gives you ramen, Matt Powell gives you a gourmet dinner. When Zach told me that his kitchen consisted mostly of dried goods, I was thinking beans, rice, pasta, quinoa. But what I found was a giant crate of ramen! It was kind of ridiculous. Then, I found out that Zach invited 5 friends for […]
Sean Zimmermann emerged from his home in Mudd to bring us this report of the final ESC meeting for the semester. ESC opened with a presentation by Columbia College Senator Kenny Durell, who spoke on the recent Bacchanal Inquiry. Durell explained that UEM and Commencement, during a meeting in late March, determined that there would […]
Photo by AB Bwogger Anish Bramhandkar started his year off right by heading up to the 12th floor of Mudd to catch a few minutes of Disney/Pixar’s Monsters Inc., spotted on one of those ubiquitous flatscreens. Why is SEAS spending its considerable brainpower on kids’ movies? Bramhandkar suggests the display is designed to convince […]
The one redeeming facet of new-new-Facebook is the highlights bar, which today painted the picture of a campus overflowing with food. For breakfast, head over to the Casa Latina for a pancake brunch. It’s $2 for all-you-can-eat pancakes, benefiting the Lucha Community Health Fair next week. 12-2 PM @ EC TH 504. Head over to […]
Image via insidesocal.com E-Week 2009 kicks off tonight at 8:00 PM in Roone. This is the yearly event that the SEAS student life committee puts on for the sake of “good food and lots of engineering pride!” (ORIGINAL CAPS REMOVED). Of course, that’s not why Bwog cares. According to Peter Valeiras’ multi-colored electronic mail […]