Someone’s “biological clock” should not be a concern for his or her academic adviser.
“Return on investment” at Columbia should manifest itself as the future ability to give back.
We must lay aside our cynicism in order to engage in the beauty of meaningful conversation.
Under the current Rules of University Conduct, students can only choose between two evils: a flawed external arbitration process or Dean’s Discipline .
Columbia disappointed us by failing to actively promote discourse on Columbus Day.
Columbus Day has aspects that are worth celebrating.
Whether Jamie Boothe killed President Lincoln or not, students should judge the intellectual importance and value of his argument instead of wasting time on the pointless speculations.
The integrity of the Rules Town Hall suffered from means that were at best questionable.
Columbia needs to facilitate more alumni-student interaction.
Student-parents are not properly supported by the University.
What does it mean that Columbia doesn’t celebrate Columbus Day?
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.
Alumni organizations are working to create events and groups to facilitate exchange and collaboration with students.
Ben Jealous, CC ’94, and former president and CEO of the NAACP encourages the University to strive for justice and amend the Rules of University Conduct.
Spectator's reporting on the most recent Academic Curricular Review misrepresented what actually happened.