Columbia needs to improve its student-teacher ratio, for the sake of its students and faculty members alike.
Political spaces cannot also be “safe spaces.”
Barnard’s new winter break policy has brought up many fears for students; the danger of finding housing for three weeks cannot be ignored. General Studies Student Council has seen a similar problem in the past and solutions must be found.
Last year, the Columbia Atheists and Agnostics Students Society (AASS—proudly pronounced by its members as the common expletive) was founded after the failure of an
I am Asian-American. I believe that Black lives matter.
This week, Aryeh, Columbia and Barnard Hillel’s pro-Israel advocacy group, is holding a series of events “to highlight aspects of Israel [they] are especially proud of”—its humanitarian aid work, sustainability effort
“Later that night
I held an atlas in my lap
ran my fingers across the whole world
where does it hurt?
When it comes to diversity, Columbia isn't perfect—but we’d like to think it is.
The Columbia Mailman School of Public Health’s Grand Rounds series needs to stop supporting corporate interests.