Movement was another part of my daily life that my disorder besieged; I was obsessed with exercise. When I didn’t exert my body to mild exhaustion, I felt something more harrowing than physical grogginess: inadequacy.
To fulfill our shared responsibility in campus politics, we need to restore civil discourse based on a foundation of trust.
Is a class about one race taught by someone of a different race reminiscent of segregation era?
Focusing on yourself, rather than your perceived self that is put forth on social media, will develop your knowledge and give you more fulfilling experiences.
Everything that Columbia hasn’t been since 1980 is exactly what Bagnoli has always been. If the football team hopes to be anything other than a large embarrassment to the Ivy League, Bagnoli is just the guy to take over.
What Sewa would like to see is not only the fostering of healthy conversations in safe spaces, but also a push for having challenging dialogues.
Unless it is improved, the sexual respect education program will have little effect on risk factors and behaviors.
Columbia University should not allow students found responsible for gender-based misconduct to hold leadership positions.
The Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing has a responsibility to advise the trustees on the ways in which private prison investments contradict the values of Columbia as an educational institution.
A unanimous endorsement by student committees was ignored. Valentini and Boyce must explain their decision to appoint Cristen Kromm as dean of Undergraduate Student Life to restore trust.
How Columbians experience drugs.
What is the “War on Fun” at Columbia?
What does it mean that Columbia doesn’t celebrate Columbus Day?
Standardized testing for New York City students is a good idea; it helps the state evaluate how well its students are acquiring and applying the critical thinking skills necessary to earn a job in a competitive market.
It is no longer productive to debate whose side we believe in the case between Emma Sulkowicz and Paul Nussenger.
There are many ways to express grief after a tragedy, but not identifying with each of these ways does not necessarily carry racist connotations.