Alternatives to Butler

This week, The Eye encourages you to think about how, on our incredibly diverse campus, not everyone spends their time the same way. The stereotype of a Columbia student's weekend consists generally of days spend typing furiously away in Butler and nights spend partying at 1020, at Mel's, or in EC. There are communities-- the Orthodox Jewish community included-- who cannot or do not want to participate in weekends like this.

You could also be breaking out of the Columbia bubble, by going to see artwork like the African Art at the Met or hoping to catch a glimpse of Tilda Swinton sleeping at the MoMA.

Who are we kidding, though-- You're probably hunting frantically for a summer roommate or for one of them Ivy League husbands.

Enjoy this week's issue of The Eye!


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