Two weeks ago from the sixth floor of Kent, I saw you, Columbia, a mass of bobbing people particles making your way to classrooms you had never seen. You looked sharp. You looked up, at buildings that will seem bland only when your route through campus becomes routine.
Kunal Kanodia on the transient friendships we first form in college.
Efficient discrimination that could arise from data analysis is something we should be watching for.
Students aren’t alone in their struggles through adversity at Columbia.
The restricted and mistakenly lofty nature of our existing academic lexicon has a detrimental affect on discussion, both inside and outside our classrooms.
Lower-income students often come from backgrounds which academically underprepare them.
The editorial board endorses the proposals for changes to sexual assault policies in the letter to Bollinger.
Barnard must take action on its banner policy—it's been far too long.
Despite recent changes, Columbia’s approach to gender-based misconduct still needs work.
Culture shock at Columbia from four different perspectives: a transfer student, an international student, a nontraditional student, and a student from Nebraska.
In this week’s Canon, we asked our contributors: Is Columbia a corporation?
Each year, as we approach graduation, Spectator gives its graduating seniors a chance to offer wisdom and share their experiences—at Spectator and beyond.
The Office of Student Engagement has created an inelegant solution to a problem that doesn’t exist, while perpetuating the problem that does.
Life in Barnard’s four person dorms might be OK now, but in a few months, it will be horrific.
If you run the numbers, Barnard should have known it’d suffer a housing shortage. So why did they over enroll the class of 2018?
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.