April 29, 2014

News

The renovations, which were announced last year, will expand Carleton Lounge in order to help make up for the seating lost with the removal of the engineering library.

The federal complaint filed against Columbia last week is the latest in a series of sexual assault-related complaints against universities across the country.

After a narrow loss to Rep. Charles Rangel in the 2012 primary election, Sen. Adriano Espaillat said that his second campaign for the 13th Congressional District, which spans Upper Manhattan and the Bronx, will be different.

If Rev. Michael Walrond were elected to the House of Representatives to represent New York’s 13th Congressional District next fall, he would continue to work as a pastor—a line of work he says gives his candidacy a “different kind of legitimacy.”

Rep. Charles Rangel has spent more than half of his life in Congress—and he's looking to serve one more term as the representative for the 13th Congressional District.

Opinion

Jake Goldwasser finds out the last four years have all been for naught.

Even though college is wrapping up, Sarina Bhandari finds that growing is a lifelong journey.

Lesley Thulin reflects on her time at Spec as an adjustment to Columbia.

Former Design Editor Maya Fegan considers how Spectator's changing print schedule will influence its community.

Daniela Quintanilla on why she joined Spectator and the persistence and excellence of her fellow Speccies.

The undergraduate disciplinary progress needs to include student voices.

Arts and Entertainment

Columbia Ballet Collaborative brings together amateur and professional choreographers in a series of original pieces.

The dance icon will be Barnard’s Guest Artist starting next fall.

This year’s King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe spring show will let audiences choose their own paths through Shakespeare’s play.