As Columbia Law School’s panel on fossil fuel divestment approaches, it is important to remember that our job isn’t to invite the fossil fuel industry to the table—it's to keep them from burning it down.
Just because they’re touted to cure all health problems, dietary supplements may not be all that good for you.
There’s something ironic about a forced consent program. So what better way to respond to coercion than with Japanese-style verse?
From September to May, opinion writers have offered thoughtful commentaries and passionate arguments on issues relevant to Columbia.
First-year Evan Morris discusses what could be done to make student life at Columbia more accessible to those with disabilities.
Junior Roy Vlcek argues that Columbia students must use social media platforms to remember the great leaders of the past.
Columbia Divest for Climate Justice urges University President Lee Bollinger to divest from fossil fuels and prisons.
Despite my interminable excitement to study at Columbia, as the semester ends, I’ve come to the conclusion that my expectations weren’t quite met. Which makes me wonder: Was coming to Columbia worth it given everything I gave up along the way?
Lit Hum texts, wrought with histories and narratives of exclusion and oppression, can be difficult to read and discuss as a survivor, a person of color, or a student from a low-income background.