October 1, 11:40 PM

As protests to advocate for more democracy in Hong Kong intensify, Columbia students are making an effort to show solidarity.

News

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October 1, 11:40 PM

As protests to advocate for more democracy in Hong Kong intensify, Columbia students are making an effort to show solidarity.

October 2, 1:17 AM

On the third annual Love An Elder Day—a day of events organized by Morningside Village to celebrate Morningside Heights’ elderly population—Spectator sat down with three longtime residents to discuss how Morningside Heights has changed over the years and their favorite things about the neighborhood they call home.

October 2, 4:33 AM

The Barnard Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and the Columbia University Annual Security and Fire Safety Report were both released on Wednesday, and for the first time, include reported instances of domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

October 2, 12:58 AM

Three years after the completion of a report detailing the effectiveness of Columbia’s Center for Career Education, students are still concerned about the opportunities available at the center.

Arts & Entertainment

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October 1, 12:56 AM
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Chatting with contemporary music composer Chou Wen-chung, SoA ’54 professor emeritus of musical composition.

 
September 29, 12:21 AM

CU professor Andy Milne on being a professional music maker and mentor.

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September 25, 5:13 AM
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Brooklyn’s DUMBO Art Festival has endured for 18 years as the neighborhood has undergone radical changes. 

September 25, 6:09 AM

Hong Khaou explains his process for working with actors on an especially tight shoot. 

Sports

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October 1, 10:50 PM
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The defending Ivy co-champs will present plenty of trouble for the Lions.

October 1, 9:02 PM

Princeton recruited a wide receiver and instead got a two-time first-team All-Ivy cornerback.

October 2, 1:42 AM

Senior Winston Lin will represent the Lions in singles, while seniors Ashok Narayana and Max Schnur will represent Columbia in doubles.

October 1, 9:12 PM

Greg Schiano’s coaching stint in the NFL proves initial failures in college football don’t always last forever.

Multimedia

October 2, 2:22 AM
For part two of our first installment of the A&E in-office concert series, the musical duo Jack and Eliza perform two songs, "Untitled" and "Floodlights." Although just sophomores, Eliza Callahan, CC '17, and Jack Staffen [NYU '17] are widely recognized musicians and have already been featured in Refinery29, Teen Vogue, and Time. Check out part one of their performance here.

The Eye

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October 2, 1:40 AM

Fran Mayo explores the ways in which zine culture is affecting activism, both on and off campus. 

October 2, 2:19 AM

Rowanne Dean reflects on the trials and tribulations of driving an ice-cream truck in New York City. 

October 2, 12:52 AM

Despite efforts to diversify the industry, women and people of color in tech still face numerous challenges.