At Spectator, we often talk about ways we can improve our coverage and increase our outreach, but rarely do these conversations translate into meaningful action. We’re trying something new this year.
It’s 2014, and just like all of you, we here at the Columbia Daily Spectator are beginning another year with high hopes and big expectations.
Get a run down of the major issues impacting Housing Development Fund Corporations and the reasons shareholders are worried about the future of their buildings.
Watch highlights of the Lions' 48-7 loss to Brown and hear beat writers Myles Simmons and Eli Schultz's analysis of Columbia's first winless season since 1987.
A strong second-half showing gave the Lions a 73-54 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Men's basketball will be relying heavily on a trio of talented sophomore guards, each of whom gained valuable experience last season.
Nicole Lewis, SEAS '15, explains what it was like to run her first marathon last Sunday in the ING New York City Marathon, which Lewis finished in 3:44:10.
What does a 3-D printer look like when it's in action?
Watch what new possibilities the Science & Engineering Library's 3-D printer provides, and check out a time lapse of the printer creating a replica of a pot discovered in an archaeological dig.
The Light Blue football team fell to Yale 53-12 at the Yale Bowl in New Haven, Conn., on Nov. 2.
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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