Vol. 16, issue 7

The Eye

Joshua Fattal discusses the many religious communities on campus and how they interact with Columbia’s academics and campus culture.

Eric Wimer sat down with former NYC mayor David Dinkins to discuss his memories as mayor, why he loves New York, and his predictions for the future.

Looking for the hidden message in Vogue's latest controversial cover

What we can all learn from "normcore" fashion

Ruby Dutcher reflects on the loss of her mother and the difficulty of finding an appropriate place to grieve.

A bracket to help you determine your biggest annoyance at Columbia

“What’s it like to be the last black president?”

“Seriously? What’s it like for this to be the last time you ever talk to a president?”

A look at why America's obsession with "real" beauty isn't so progressive

How Facebook is stepping up its game in an effort to remain relevant

 I was not raised in a way that I would describe as religious; church was always kind of a chore, something to be checked off of a list of yearly responsibilities, and so we only really ever went at Christmas, Easter, and whenever we visited religious family members.

Examining the problems with TV's depictions of "broke 20-somethings"

Ayelet Pearl explores the concept of real beauty in a photo essay for The Eye.