Columnist Dina Lamdany discusses the consequences of ignoring our individual privacy while using social media.
Phrases such as “this is not your place” only serve to go against the values of a democratic society.
Columnist Karl Daum reflects on the fulfilling life we are supposed to have after Columbia and the opposing, inevitable reality.
Members of Students for Justice in Palestine explain why viewing Israel as an apartheid state is essential to understanding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
In order to experience Bacchanal correctly, we must adhere to community guidelines that promote a healthy and safe environment.
Jewish students who stand in solidarity with Palestine should not be overshadowed by Aryeh.
Spectator’s Editorial Board announces endorsements in the executive board elections.
Columbia University is an ideal choice for the Obama presidential library.
We feel as though graduate students should be allowed to unionize, by virtue of the fact that they feel disadvantaged in their relationship with the University.
Unless it is improved, the sexual respect education program will have little effect on risk factors and behaviors.
How Columbians experience drugs.
What is the “War on Fun” at Columbia?
What does it mean that Columbia doesn’t celebrate Columbus Day?
Ollie’s burning down exposes our insensitivity to the plight of low-wage workers.
Judging by its response to the recent fire at 600, Barnard should improve how it addresses emergency crises.
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.
The recent Bacchanal policy changes are ineffective.
Cartoonist Ji hoo Woo reminds us that Columbia is not past racial stereotyping.