Illustrating articles that underscore the privilege and marginalization in the Columbia community isn't the same as voicing support.
In many ways, Columbia's campus is poorly equipped to help those with disabilities.
Leo Schwartz thinks about his past few years writing for Spec, and the selfish nature of the column as a project.
Paulina Pinsky on how BC Health Services' testing policies and attitude are scaring away the students it should be helping.
Leo Schwartz on embracing the unoriginal New York experience—loving, and hating it.
Sexual assault is a nuanced and sensitive subject that many men need to understand better.
What Harry Potter and Montaigne have to do with life, death, and Valentine's Day.
Ultimately, comforting superstitions and traditions don’t do any more than console us.
Hey, class of 2017. Alma not answering your calls? She’s dumped you—the honeymoon’s over.
"As activists interested in addressing an issue as visceral and personal as sexual violence on campus, we hoped that at the very least our University’s president would acknowledge our concerns as legitimate."
Jul 24, 3:28pm
University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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