Here’s an astounding fact: From the mid-1930s to the mid-1950s, 30 percent of all feature films made in the United States were Westerns. On second thought, perhaps that’s not so astounding. After all, what’s more American than John Wayne’s slow swagger and charming drawl?
Benji de la Piedra
In recent weeks, my friends and I have developed a ritual for watching Breaking Bad. When Sunday night finally arrives, my roommate Floyd cues up the latest episode on his laptop and hooks it up to his TV via HDMI.
When we talk about education, we need to reorient the discourse.
What is the role of the university in the global city?
Columbia needs to be prepared to develop students' learning in a new era of information.
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