One summer’s end, we watched the blue land crabs escape to the water. “There is no fun involved,” you said. “When the moon is full and groundwater rises, the crabs march for the spawning waters, these roads dark and unknown at night. Mating season, for several days, passes in this way.”
Sammy Roth investigates Columbia’s sustainability efforts and examines how we measure up to other universities.
Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow Junot Díaz talks to Eye Editor in Chief Dunni Oduyemi about emigrating to America, being a professor, and what he wishes he’d learned in college.
With the officially sanctioned shitshow we like to call Columbia Room Selection happening right now, the Columbia Twitterverse is blowing up with this #trending topic.
When it comes to social media, Columbians are all about Instagram. Sure, Facebook's cool in an old-school, normcore kind of way, and hispters sure do love their Twitters.
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The Giver's movie adaptation is disappointing friends of the novel
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“Going green” has become an annoyingly simple, catch all term, one which people can commit themselves to with an equally half-hearted vagueness.