In order to promote a more insightful and worldly educational experience, Barnard College needs to embrace a non-gender conforming affirmative action policy.
Each of us has an instinctual “base curiosity”; we should take advantage of that to survive classes that cause undue stress.
Courses like Computing in Context teach applied programming, which makes learning to code more useful for everyone—not just computer science majors.
Although selective schools boast impressive accolades, it is irresponsible to hold reputation in higher regard than personal well-being.
FemSex is changing its name to AllSex to reflect the spectrum of human sexuality of its participants and of the greater student body.
While it is understandable that we fall into routines to be as efficient as possible, we risk sapping the joy out of our college experience.
Barnard should change and clarify its admissions policy to be in line with its mission statement.
While we recommend that the councils vote for an increase of $4.50 per semester to the student activities fee, it is only a short-term solution to a problem that’s not going away anytime soon.
Attend Wednesday’s town hall to have your voice heard about changes to Frontiers.
How Columbians experience drugs.
What is the “War on Fun” at Columbia?
What does it mean that Columbia doesn’t celebrate Columbus Day?
Thoughts in light of the death of Joshua Villa, CC ’18 on the way we value ourselves and each other.
Zionism as an ideology is not inherently racist.
The Committee for Athletic Excellence at Columbia lauds the appointment of Rick Taylor to conduct an independent study.
Our passions need not ruin us, and we need not succumb to pressure.