Rather than interpreting “identity” and “community” through texts, what if we were to project our own experiences toward these questions directly?
Joanna Lee reflects on her spring break in Toronto, and the ways in which New Yorkers might follow the lead of Torontonians in promoting diversity.
Cultural appreciation comes from an earnest effort to learn about other cultures.
With several participating student organizations and a slew of events scheduled throughout February, organizers have said that this year’s Black History Month celebration has been a success so far.
Despite Columbia's pride in its socioeconomic diversity, there's always a pressure both to assimilate and not to appear like we're trying too hard to assimilate.
Elle Magazine recently published a Women in Television issue that ran with four alternate covers, featuring Zooey Deschanel of New Girl, Allison Williams of Girls, Amy Poehler of Parks and Recreation, and Mindy Kaling of The Mindy Project.
At a fireside chat on Tuesday, University president Lee Bollinger discussed the social atmosphere on campus and Columbia's global presence.
The Vagina Monologues deals with issues faced by all women, and should not only be open to women who identify as women of color.
What role should political correctness play at Columbia?
"Political correctness has two sides: one beneficial and one harmful."
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