Tue, Sep 20, 2016, 4:25am
In one two-year period, two Columbia departments mysteriously disappeared. Where did they go and who let them fail? And how do the forces that governed their dissolution lead to the rise of other, successful academic programs?
Mon, Aug 29, 2016, 10:48pm
The Republican National Convention was a meticulously orchestrated event that was broadcast and scrutinized all over the world. But what took place directly outside of the convention walls tells a more interesting story about our politics in this moment in time, an Eye writer discovers.
Thu, May 5, 2016, 2:56pm
Spectator examines the state of the College in the Bollinger era.
Wed, Apr 27, 2016, 8:57am
“You know, I have no fond memories of Lerner, and I’ve spent so much darn time there.”
Wed, Apr 13, 2016, 1:52am
Why do grades matter? Students weigh in on GPA, failures, and what it means to fail at Columbia.
Wed, Apr 6, 2016, 4:43am
Against all threats of political correctness destroying comedy on college campuses, it continues to evolve and thrive. The comedy being made here at Columbia is inextricably of here and now—telling a story about the campus and itself as an artform.
Wed, Mar 30, 2016, 4:22am
What does a composer do and what do they think of while composing? Speaking with them about their work exposes their musical desires and goals, which lends a human face to the sometimes mysterious art of composition.
Wed, Mar 2, 2016, 4:58am
To some extent, social media can break social and physical barriers, connecting us to others through the experiences we share. We reassure others that they aren’t alone, and their responses reassured in turn. But for the deeper understanding that we crave, we have to go offline.
Wed, Feb 24, 2016, 6:27am
Of scholars who earned a Ph.D. in the humanities from 1996 to 2011, only 47.9 percent hold tenured or tenure-track positions at universities. Despite this, enrollment in doctoral programs has not declined. The Eye investigates what an uncertain job market means for Columbia’s Ph.D. candidates, and...