In which Karl and Alma have an existential chat about the "oceanic feeling."
In which Karl thinks about summer. Damn.
In which the Housing Gods are not kind to Karl.
The lack of community we feel—and the negative feelings around us—might come from the fact that we don't value kindness highly enough. If we weren't so skeptical of kind gestures, we might feel more motivated to pay it forward.
Karl talks with Alma about the burdens that make growing up terrifying.
In his first show on Broadway, Cranston delivers with “All the way.”
Karl Daum is a Columbia College junior majoring in history. He is a deputy opinon editor for Spectator.
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The divide between Arizona and New York is more than just geographical, and it’s more than just political.
In today's TV, we can pretend to be consumers of the thought-provoking.
Apr 24, 3:34pm
Gerry Visco, the Classics academic administrator for 18 years, is easily recognizable by her bright eyeshadow, platinum tousled hair, and eccentric style. She has earned three degrees from Columbia including... Read More
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Check out these stories in this week’s edition of The Eye. I Woke Up Like This: Former Spectator Managing Editor Finn Vigeland joins four Columbians—two students and two administrators—in their morning routines... Read More
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