In light of the AAU survey, the Editorial Board asks students to play their part in preventative assistance when it comes to sexual assault.
OPINION: Staff Editorials
Over the course of a semester, any number of wild and unexpected things can happen: Last semester began with the revelation that both Columbia and Barnard were subject to Title IX investigations, and it ended with a threat by Columbia to cancel Bacchanal. What will happen this semester?
Bollinger’s silence on the recent instances of police brutality increases the alienation many students on this campus already feel.
Spectator Editorial Board argues in favor of keeping Bacchanal a tradition at Columbia University.
In order to give all students an equal chance of succeeding at Columbia, freeing up time to focus on classes through increased financial support may be just as important as providing academic resources.
Spectator’s Editorial Board announces endorsements in the executive board elections.
Columbia University is an ideal choice for the Obama presidential library.
We feel as though graduate students should be allowed to unionize, by virtue of the fact that they feel disadvantaged in their relationship with the University.
Unless it is improved, the sexual respect education program will have little effect on risk factors and behaviors.
Columbia University should not allow students found responsible for gender-based misconduct to hold leadership positions.