Tue, Oct 14, 2014, 8:27pm
Right here on campus, in the stairwells of that soul-sucking shrine to knowledge that is Butler, a gritty world of illicit graffiti rages on. Existential angst, poetic musings, and sexual thirst are dominant themes in the modern art gracing Butler’s walls.
Tue, May 13, 2014, 2:45pm
Update: May 13 at 6:10 p.m.In response to questions about the various lists over the past few days, a University spokesman sent the following statement to Spectator: "To avoid chilling complainants from coming forward and to respect all parties involved, the University does not comment on the...
Wed, Apr 23, 2014, 12:00am
Marti Brooks writes to the Blueberry Bloke in admiration.
Sat, Feb 8, 2014, 1:05pm
With graffiti, breaking the monotonous grayness of urban life is also, most times, breaking the law. Some languages even have two distinct terms for street art. In Portuguese, for example, “graffiti” is used for legal, artistic, and what tends to be seen as more valid pieces; the second term “...
Fri, Feb 7, 2014, 6:37am
Get to know some of the hottest street artists in the city, whose work is on display at the Museum of the City New York.
Fri, Feb 7, 2014, 6:17am
Sarah Roth examines the development of graffiti on the streets of New York, and asks what it means for a free art movement to be bounded by museum walls.
Mon, Apr 15, 2013, 5:30am
Tyler Sheridan, CC '13, decided to draw graffiti on the wall of his room in East Campus. Find out what he drew and why he did it, and check out a time lapse of him drawing a new design on his wall.
Thu, Dec 23, 2010, 8:51am
The NYC-based Smart Crew painted a tribute graffiti mural to the Ivy League in Queens. Each school's piece was painted by an alumnus from that school. Cool huh? Columbia's section is the second to the bottom right.
Fri, Oct 12, 2007, 2:37am
If you’ve been following the last few years of Columbia bias incidents, you’ve learned that racism is bad, and that we should do something about it. Unfortunately, even though we keep saying that, racism just doesn’t seem to be going away.
Fri, Oct 12, 2007, 2:33am
The hanging of a noose in Teachers College cannot fail to offend the collective sensibilities of the University community. Here we are at a prestigious institution that preaches tolerance and diversity. Surely, nothing of this sort should happen.