Columnist Lingzi Zhuang reflects on what this Mid-Autumn full moon means to him: even as he journeys, he will always bear the mark of his ancestral home.
When you see people you’ve met, do you wave? Or frown
And bustle by busily, feet quick and head down?
And when others do the same, how do you fare?
Are you relieved? Or left feeling like you’re not really there?
The release of the recent Association of American Universities report
Science and religion are both separate and interdependent.
Senior AJ Stoughton reflects upon the meaning of Yom Kippur and the ways in which we can atone for our guilt on a daily basis.
I want to begin my semester of plastering my perspective across Columbia’s broadsheet by making a simple recommendation to all students, incoming and returning: get involved, hopefully politically.
Raising the wage for fast-food workers to $15 per hour might hurt our job economy. But raising the wage for adjunct professors to $15,000 per course might be the best thing for Columbia and its students.
The enormous focus on memorization in science keeps people who could have otherwise been brilliant scientists away. Science should be interactive and exciting—not repetitive and tedious.