Why Lupita's Oscar win is such great news, particularly for women of color.
Brandon Stanton’s interview with Chase Jarvis last week made for an interesting juxtaposition—Stanton, the up-and-coming face behind the camera of Humans of New York (HONY), and Jarvis, the rockstar commercial photographer.
Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel talks about the brain, the arts, and what they mean to him.
Dunni Oduyemi talks to dance legend Dianne McIntyre about her passion for movement, the Black Arts Movement, and being a mentor to young dancers.
NASA astronaut Mike Massimino, a School of Engineering and Applied Science graduate of ’84, is back at his alma mater as a visiting professor this year. Massimino has traveled at a height of 370 miles above Earth, where the Hubble telescope orbits every 97 minutes.
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Morgan Wilcock writes about a dizzying episode of sleep-deprivation-induced delirium.
Anna Pawl writes about her sister's run-in with a group of high school pranksters armed with cups of urine.
What an Orthodox Jewish matchmaker and a teen-movie blind date taught one girl about the pressure to find a husband.
It's that time of year again—Valentine's Day (or, as we bitter Columbians call it between huge mouthfuls of Westside cookies, "galentine's day"). We took it upon ourselves to map out your evening of love in advance, whether you're half of a happy couple, single and ready to mingle, or somewhere in between.
Rebeka Cohan and Emma Goss explore the Barnard's multi-layered relationship with Columbia, and the obstacles women have faced in ascending to leadership roles at the University.
In this week’s lead, Lesley Thulin surveys the challenges faced by Columbia's transfer student population and what it takes to overcome them.
Alison Herman gives an in-depth look at the changing tides of sexual assault policy on college campuses across the country, including Columbia's own.
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