CUarts underwent significant restructuring after a "Save the Arts Initiative" garnered 1,300 signatures.
The 119th Varsity Show, "The Great Netscape," shines despite a slow start.
Not sure you have enough plans for all that "free" time yet? Master procrastinator David Salazar sketches out a few recommendations for next week.
What role should political correctness play at Columbia?
Political correctness is about preventing others from being demeaned, and understanding the power words have, not being fastidiously guilty.
As Tribeca kicks off, it's easy for Columbia students to daydream about how much more exciting life is downtown...and about joining the ranks of alumni such as Bill Siegel and Mo Ogrodnik, who will each premiere films at the festival.
Hoodie Allen sat down with Spectator to discuss playing at colleges, what he really thinks of Princeton, and getting on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
In lieu of the regular Best of spotlight, Spec instead takes a look at some campus figures to decide who wore it best.
Zsuzska Beswick, BC ’13, won first place in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival competition for her paper on a 1940 German propaganda film.
Four bands will compete in Lerner Black Box for a chance to open for the main act at (SIN)esthesia.
May 17, 11:47pm
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