In light of the National Labor Relations Board's landmark ruling in favor of Columbia's graduate workers, the University administration must allow student workers to make the unionization decision independently.
"Will Republicans place country before party, surrendering the White House for the sake of human decency? The party I respect, that I was once proud to be part of, will. CUCR, I hope, will too."
Spectator's 139th publisher looks back on his experiences leading Spec's business & innovations team—all while completing his pre-med requirements!
“I can say with absolute certainty that I love Spectator, warts and all. But what this kind of love requires is the willingness to have high expectations.”
For the father of Spectator’s copy section, parenthood is composed of equal parts acceptance and Oxford commas.
“Letting go was the hardest and the last lesson I learned from Spectator.”
“A few weeks ago, I was formally initiated into the wild world of media: The company I had been interning at for almost a year laid off more than a handful of talented journalists.”
Spectator’s former design editor mourns, and comes to accept, the death of the daily print.