Leo Schwartz thinks about his past few years writing for Spec, and the selfish nature of the column as a project.
Leo Schwartz on embracing the unoriginal New York experience—loving, and hating it.
In today's TV, we can pretend to be consumers of the thought-provoking.
We need to avoid self-destructive coping mechanisms as we approach graduation.
If we remove people from our discussion by preventing them from joining our arguments, we commit an injustice to ourselves.
As we come of age, we realize that our experiences aren't as novel as we may have once felt. True meaning in life comes from our relationships.
There's got to be more to post-grad life than being part of the 87 percent of people who are unfulfilled in a boring job.
We compromise our young ideals by settling for routine in an unfulfilling post-graduate life.
Our identity is influenced by many factors, not always apparent on the surface.
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
Apr 24, 1:15pm
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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