The five candidates for Ben Kornick's vacated class of 2016 representative seat sound off on the issues most important to them.
Take a virtual—and maybe even real—trip to the Meatpacking District, courtesy of Ryan Veling.
125th Street looks a lot different now than it did in 1934, when Hurtig and Seamon’s New Burlesque Theater reopened as the Apollo Theater. Since then, the Apollo’s history as a home for African-American performers endures.
Columbia is using feedback from student surveys to improve its libraries, beginning with the most pressing issue according to students—the lack of available seating in Butler Library.
Bay Ridge: The atmosphere is easy-going, the businesses are family-owned, and the Brooklyn accents are thick and inescapable. And the food? Fuhgeddaboudit!
Rebeka Cohan takes one for the team, going in search of the best craft beers around so that you don't have to.
Local environmental group WE ACT for Environmental Justice is using a $45,000 grant from the West Harlem Local Development Corporation to help buildings transition to a cleaner, less polluting fuel.
Former Spectator editors share their experiences and thoughts before graduation. Today, we hear from our final five seniors.
In this week’s Canon, we ask: As Columbia students, what is our relationship to stress?
In a not so meritocratic world, we have become students at Columbia, and what follows is a duty to use our privileges to do good.
Mar 11, 11:03am
Hello Barnard! This year Shaft’s got you covered–we will be posting lottery analysis and housing strategy for all. While Barnard’s lottery is way simpler, easier to use, and more streamlined... Read More
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