Nightline teaches the important skill of listening.
Rebeka Cohan on how Spectator taught her how to love.
Nika Madyoon conducts a rigorously informal study of her classmates.
Abigail Fisch on making Spectator a place where well-being can exist.
Student Wellness Project and CU Active Mind’s third annual Random Acts of Kindness Week runs until Friday and promises free hugs, compliments, grilled cheese, and storytelling.
Reaffirming the importance of empathy in the discussion of institutional discrimination at Columbia.
Students and administrators discussed issues from administrator access to Counseling and Psychological Services appointment times and forced medical leave at the Student Wellness Project’s second Wellness Summit on Sunday.
A response to Romo's piece; why his claims about depression are misinformed.
The race for Columbia College’s next University Senator is heating up, as nine students have officially declared their candidacy for the elections next week.
The administration's decision to install window stops is not the best way to prevent suicide.
Aug 21, 12:54pm
Your talents are needed in the blogosphere – Spectrum is hiring (and we’ll pay handsomely in food and good company.) We’re looking for Associate Spectrum Editors, or ASEs, to run... Read More
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