April 18, 11:50 AM
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Members of the University Senate Committee on the Rules of University Conduct fielded questions from a small but vocal group of students on Friday at the first and last town hall meeting addressing its proposed revisions to the rules released earlier this week.

News

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April 17, 8:37 AM
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Chants like "Rape is a felony, even with CUID," and "University silence perpetuates the violence” rung across Morningside Heights on Thursday night as a crowd of around 200 students and local residents marched across the neighborhood for Columbia’s annual Take Back the Night.

April 16, 10:18 PM
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Compared to other neighborhoods in the city, Central Harlem has far fewer city-recognized historic landmarks, a discrepancy that advocates of preservation say is driven by real estate interests, lack of resources, and alleged discrimination against African-American neighborhoods.

April 16, 8:04 AM

 According to a Spectator analysis, of the retail properties that have been vacant on Broadway, Amsterdam, and Morningside Avenues between 106th Street and 124th Street in the past five years, 64 percent were vacant for longer than a year. Forty-four percent were vacant for longer than two.

April 18, 11:50 AM
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Members of the University Senate Committee on the Rules of University Conduct fielded questions from a small but vocal group of students on Friday at the first and last town hall meeting addressing its proposed revisions to the rules released earlier this week.

Arts & Entertainment

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April 16, 2:25 AM

The new exhibit at the Anita Shapolsky Gallery blends old masters and modern art techniques in a dynamic homage to predecessors that maintains a unique style.

April 16, 3:51 AM
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Comedian Grace Parra, CC'06, spoke with Spectator about her experiences in comedy and improv, what drew her to talk show hosting, and the lack of diversity in late night television.

Afrodite Koungoulos:...

April 16, 2:44 AM

In their 2015 season at The Joyce, Ballet Hispanico is once more pushing the boundaries of common conceptions of Latino movement, dance, and culture. Explaining his intent going into this season, Artistic...

April 16, 3:45 AM

Directed by Alex Garland and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander, “Ex Machina” manages to bring something new to the conversation of artificial intelligence.

Sports

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April 16, 6:57 PM

The claim that America is retreating from its favorite pastime is undoubtedly false.

 
April 16, 7:00 PM
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The league-leading Light Blue will take on the third-best team in the Lou Gehrig Division this weekend.

April 16, 7:05 PM
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The Light Blue will take on No. 35 Princeton and Penn in its final conference matches of the season.

 
April 16, 7:03 PM

A sweep this weekend could give the Lions a share of the Ivy League title.

 

Multimedia

April 8, 5:01 PM
Orli Matlow, GS/JTS '15 and Spectrum deputy editor, continues her tour of the dorms and tries to find love along the way.

The Eye

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April 15, 5:21 AM

Admissions for international students is need-aware. What does that mean for Columbia's goal of being globally diverse?

April 15, 4:43 AM

For as long as most of us can remember, Bacchanal has served as the main symbol of social life at Columbia. However, while we might interpret that to mean that all students look forward to an event that supposedly brings the community together in a fun and casual way, that

April 15, 5:19 AM
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Hannah Domeier chronicles the difficulties of her sister’s brain cancer diagnosis and treatment.

 
April 15, 12:00 AM

Marisa wouldn’t answer my calls or texts, wouldn’t even make eye contact when I saw her in person. I agonized over every moment of our interaction in the study lounge, and then I realized—for all I knew, I could have killed her. She was never in any real danger of