Barnard housing selection is not a misery-inducing right of passage, but a clear sign of Res Life's inability to communicate with students.
Games like 2048 that give solidarity to our procrastination are exceptionally dangerous.
The divide between Arizona and New York is more than just geographical, and it’s more than just political.
Paulina investigates school spirit, and discovers her own brand of it through Columbia sports.
Ultimately, comforting superstitions and traditions don’t do any more than console us.
At Columbia and Barnard we regurgitate stale ideas without considering how we may expand upon them creatively.
Apr 16, 1:11am
It’s late. You’re up. You know the drill. Whether you’re dancing in the rain or shivering angrily in your bed due to the recent twist in weather, you might need... Read More
Apr 15, 10:47pm
Did you miss the General Studies Student Council meeting on Tuesday night? Council correspondent Stephanie Frescas brings you five things you need to know: Not too late: GSSC President Hannah Germond, GS ’16,... Read More
Apr 15, 1:10pm
The days of “Flappy Bird” are long gone, but with finals season inching nearer every day, there grows a new thirst for procrastination (I’m lookin’ at you, senioritis). Nothing is... Read More
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