Former Spectator Managing Editor Finn Vigeland joins four Columbians—two students and two administrators—in their morning routines and reports back with every peculiar detail.
Joshua Fattal discusses the many religious communities on campus and how they interact with Columbia’s academics and campus culture.
Capping off Women’s History Month, a student group will host a week-long event geared toward feminism in the Jewish community on campus.
President Spar defends Barnard's decision to remove the banner and explains her goals for moving past the incident.
Barnard's removal of SJP's banner is an implicit endorsement against SJP and against freedom of speech.
Claims about that Barnard violated of freedom of speech are groundless if we look at the subject with nuance.
There is a lot more nuance to the issue of free speech around this incident than Weinberg's op-ed supposes.
We need to take notice of the disparity in freedom of expression at Barnard.
Students for Justice in Palestine, the Muslim Students Association, Student Worker Solidarity, the International Socialist Organization, and Students Against Mass Incarceration gathered on Low Plaza on Thursday to speak out against Barnard administrators’ decision to remove SJP’s banner from Barnard Hall.
UPDATED: Barnard's decision to remove a Students for Justice in Palestine banner has sparked debate about banner display policies and student groups' right to free expression.
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