For SEAS’ main building, Mudd does not live up to the standards of the engineers it houses.
The Thiel Fellowship ignores our collective responsibility to fix the education system.
Loxley Bennett rethinks activism in light of Ferguson and busy schedules.
Lifeforce in Later Years founder Irene Zola calls on Columbia students to help combat geriatric shame.
Katharine Celentano addresses the omission of GS perspectives in “First and Foremost.”
Last week's Eye lead neglected to include General Studies in the discussion around first-generation students.
CASV and NRT outline specific problems that still remain with the University's aggregated release of sexual assault data.
"Unelected students also have the ability to make campus better—a position can help, but it is by no means a requirement."
Columbia’s new NINJa printing system seemed like another case of cutting corners just to appease complaints.
Columbia Leads attempts to motivate student leadership in the wrong ways.
The editorial board endorses the proposals for changes to sexual assault policies in the letter to Bollinger.
This week's Scope asks: How do we interact socially through digital mediums at Columbia?
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?
Columbia Leads suffers from a misguided attempt to quantify leadership.
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?