It's unsettling but ultimately deeply human to address our fascination with adrenaline-fueled terror.
Students seem to feel that successful long-term relationships are best consummated with other Ivy Leaguers.
The immigration crisis poses very real consequences for Columbia’s ability to attract and educate international students, the hallmark of a global university in a global city.
Despite the program's popularity, Teach for America suffers from systemic flaws that undermine students' progress.
Grappling with what our legacy at Columbia will be shouldn't overshadow the time we have left here.
The Core's dearth of American authors is not mentioned nearly enough.
Outside of campus, we're not so comfortable—even with our families.
An intense focus on the liberal arts prevents us from having practical skills.
Our relegation of ROTC to an obscure office says much about our disdain for public service.
We decry Romney's condemnation of "the 47 percent" but sneer at those less privileged than us.
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