Today's top stories
Bernie’s letter: Nbd but Bernie Sanders wrote a letter in support of grad teaching and research assistant unionization at Columbia.
Bye-bye Barnard library hole: Say hello to the new Barnard library steel superstructure. Yep, the next phase of construction for Barnard’s Teaching and Learning Center is starting. The lawns won’t be a giant crater anymore.
Dogs > relationships: Every time columnist Ian Hewitt ends a relationship, he ends up loving dogs more. Sounds fair enough.
So long, Jamba Juice: JJ’s is replacing Jamba Juice with its own homemade smoothie line. They just need you to vote on a name—like, now.
Haunted campus: Ever been to the French house? Fun fact: Buell Hall was one of the first mental health asylums in the U.S.
Silver linings? Nate Silver joined a panel of Columbia faculty to discuss polling after the 2016 election.
Advertising majors: You’ve got a few months left, sophomores, but you'll need to declare soon. Luckily for you, these academic departments have made some hella convincing ads for their subjects.
Sleep/study schedules: Optimize your werq and rest by sticking to one of these sleep schedules.
Buried in the archives: Did you know art archives were even a thing? Why are they so inaccessible? The Eye investigated the records.
Conclusion jumping: Columbia’s link to the Panama Papers isn’t that sketchy, according to columnist Elena Burger.