Columbia can be a confusing place. There are acronyms to learn and places to explore. Many traditions you’ll discover on your own, but Spectator’s here to help get you started. Check out our guide to all things Columbia, and you’ll be prepared for your first year as a Lion.
Barnard and Columbia first-years were the first to attend a new, two-part workshop on sexual violence and gender-based misconduct on Thursday, which administrators reworked following criticism from student activists, as a mandatory part of this year’s NSOP.
A new fundraising campaign is in the works to raise money for Columbia’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences after faculty members appealed to University President Lee Bollinger in May to address growing concerns about financial constraints.
A Columbia Public Safety officer is in critical condition at St. Luke’s Hospital after being hit by a car over the weekend.
David Rosand, CC ’59, GSAS ’62, and GSAS ’65, a longtime Columbia professor who chaired the art history and archaeology department for seven years, died on August 8. He was 75.
Deans’ decision to cancel fall Bacchanal is, at best, shortsighted and, at worst, exploitative.
Being drunk at Bacchanal doesn't justify sexual harassment.
Alumni voice their concerns about sexual assault on campus and argue that it's everyone's responsibility to change rape culture.
Bacchanal announced that a planned concert for Sept. 14 had been canceled, which will cost $55,000.
Hoping to replicate the success of the business' East Village location, the Halal Guys have set their sights on the Upper West Side.
Director Anton Corbijn talks about his latest film, “A Most Wanted Man,” which is the last film actor Philip Seymour Hoffman finished before his death.
Al Paul, Director of Athletics at Columbia during the creation of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic consortium, died Monday at 88.
Lefty ace David Speer was selected by Cleveland Saturday after an impressive senior season.
Seniors Mike Fischer and David Speer helped Columbia become an Ivy baseball powerhouse during their time in Light Blue.
Four seniors reflect on their time at Columbia, and what it means to be leaving these years—and NYC—behind.
Former Eye art director Suze Myers chats with artist Mickalene Thomas about her creative process, her inspiration, and her unique choice of materials.
How much can a hashtag really accomplish? Ella Every-Wartman examines the way that the Internet has changed activist culture.