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Every year, Time magazine publishes its “100 Most Influential People” issue, and every year the Internet’s loudest tweeters whine at the magazine for leaving their favorite celebrities off the list.
Former Eye art director Suze Myers chats with artist Mickalene Thomas about her creative process, her inspiration, and her unique choice of materials.
Mad Men actor Harry Hamlin discusses his character on the show, his education, and his advice for aspiring actors.
Liv Lansdale talks with Zambian Grandmaster of chess, Amon Simutowe. Overflowing with wisdom, he discusses his upbringing, life lessons learned through chess, and being the first from his nation to achieve Grandmaster status.
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Suze Myers tells us about how a relationship with a (ukelele-playing) stranger forced her to think about the meaning of romance.
Eye Managing Editor for Features Parul Guliani reflects on the Americanization of her name and what it has to do with her cultural identity.
Katherine Whatley reflects on her prized possessions and the women from which they came.
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Four seniors reflect on their time at Columbia, and what it means to be leaving these years—and NYC—behind.
Former Spectator Managing Editor Finn Vigeland joins four Columbians—two students and two administrators—in their morning routines and reports back with every peculiar detail.
In this week's lead story, Suze Myers explores the pros and cons of studying visual arts at a school like Columbia or Barnard, and what an art degree from one of these schools might mean.