Dina Lamdany on the not-so-ephemeral nature of our digital interactions.
The pampering and flattery thrown at NSOPers might give them unrealistic expectations for their future at Columbia, but that isn't such a bad thing.
Leo Schwartz reflects on the Core, thoughts that transcend time, and the universality of the Columbia and human experiences.
Sammy Roth thanks everyone who made being on Spec the best experience of his life.
We can take advantage of the community inside the Columbia bubble instead of pushing ourselves to head downtown.
Deans’ decision to cancel fall Bacchanal is, at best, shortsighted and, at worst, exploitative.
Barnard should admit trans students who don’t necessarily fall under the legal category of female.
The Editorial Board gives a primer on staff editorials and changes this semester.
Columbia should create more spaces for students to socialize.
The elimination of the dean of student affairs position and restructuring of offices may hold positive change, but students should not have been excluded from this decision-making process.
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.
In this week's Canon, writers explore the question: What place should female authors have in the Core Curriculum?
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.
Barnard's Health Services respond to Paulina Pinsky's op-ed.
CIRCA weighs in on the Barnard administration's removal of the SJP banner.