The science requirement in general—and Frontiers of Science in particular—needs serious rethinking.
Columbia should reconsider how course evaluations affect curriculum changes.
Issues with Columbia's community trickle their way down from the top. Still, students can contribute to the development of campus culture.
Core classes should be improved by shortening the list of works to read and requiring more papers.
Investing in public spaces would create a better sense of community for Columbia students.
Is majoring in political science worth the empty credits and lack of research?
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