Tanay Jaipuria, SEAS ’14, recently decided that before he leaves campus he'd like to know a few (hundred) more people. To do that, Tanay set up the website Tea with Tanay, which allows anyone to sign up for a time to meet him and chat.
As part of the third annual Random Acts of Kindness Week, which immediately follows Mental Health awareness week, SWP and CU Active Minds invited the “What I Be” project to Columbia University for the second consecutive year.
Three SEAS undergraduates recently sat down with Spectator to discuss how their independent research projects have enriched their experiences at Columbia.
The Columbia chapter of Society of Women Engineers strives to provide a community on campus for women pursuing undergraduate degrees in the fields of engineering, physics, computer science, mathematics, and chemistry.
Organized by the Chinese Students Club, the Lunar Gala is an annual culture, fashion, and talent show that celebrates Chinese culture.
Watch students relive their best and worst Valentine's Day experiences.
Spectator sat down with four seniors to reminisce about their years at Columbia, hear their advice for first-years, and find out what's left on their bucket lists.
Students share their reactions to the temporary closure of The Heights as well as their secrets to getting by without those famous margaritas.
Students participating in the 13th annual Columbia University Dance Marathon went 18 hours straight on the dance floor—from Nov. 23 at 1 p.m. to Nov. 24 at 7 a.m.—to raise money for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, a nonprofit seeking to eliminate pediatric HIV/AIDS.
Elyse Pitock, BC '15, shared the process that went into making "Grieving For Fish," a new student production written by Pitock that explores depression and mental health in the college environment.
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