Should the University make any political statements? Should the endowment be used to make a political statement? Should students care about where or how Columbia distributes its funds externally, and should they have a say in those decisions?
To answer this question with a firm "yes" or "no" would be to demonstrate disinterest.
In light of the Senior Fund asking graduating seniors to donate to the University, what responsibility, if any, do students have to give money to Columbia?
We should consider donating to be an investment in the education of future generations.
Class-free Fridays and a New York location make Columbia a place to match school with an internship. How important is it to take advantage of this opportunity? Is it a critical part of Columbia's appeal?
The internships we have help contribute to our education outside of the classroom.
What is Columbia's relationship with food and how does it affect our college experience?
What, where, and with who we choose to dine changes drastically over a our time in college.
What is it about the start of the first year that can be so important to the whole college experience?
To reinvent or to embrace? The first-year experience invites important introspection.
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