“We’ll figure it out,” my dad said after an arduous conversation during a car ride home about the logistics of applying for financial aid at Columbia.
With the creation of each issue of The Eye, there is cause for introspection. Here are photos of us in our space. Just like the images in this week’s lead story, we will let them speak for themselves.
How many of us have never attended a single Columbia sporting event, and won’t do so until we make our way uptown for our senior homecoming game?
I can think of few better ways to spend an afternoon of Fall Break than watching Boy Meets World reruns.
The second floor of the Society of Illustrators building was recently transformed into every kid’s vision of a perfect Saturday morning: chock-full of cartoons and comics galore.
Professor Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, serves as Special Adviser to the U.N. Secretary General on the Millennium Development Goals.
“So where are you from?”
During orientation week, this became the inevitable question that I dreaded. How could I meet it with anything but a pained smile, when my story is almost impossible to explain?
The first in the suddenly infinite series of YouTube videos about “Shit People Say”—“Shit Girls Say”—was uploaded on December 12, 2011.
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