Many of my most insightful personal realizations and meaningful conversations have not taken place in classrooms or at dinner tables.
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.
In the midst of a midterm-induced stress-tornado, it’s important that we remind ourselves of why we chose Columbia as a home.
Sometimes you become someone you hate.
Telling women they can't be both beautiful and a scientist perpetuates the sexist narrative that marginalizes women in the workplace and dismisses their accomplishments.
Widespread use of Wikipedia is a reality we should come to terms with by improving it, not by rejecting it as unreliable.
Loxley Bennett argues that Columbia accomplishes some good, despite its blunders.