Can vomiting on someone really qualify as art?
A new installation exhibit in Madison Square Park chronicling the immigrant experience.
Pasty white Steelers heiress and actress Rooney Mara was recently cast as Tiger Lily, the Indian princess of Neverland’s tribe. The casting suggests an insensitive stance on Tiger Lily's specific history.
Mad Men actor Harry Hamlin discusses his character on the show, his education, and his advice for aspiring actors.
Liv Lansdale talks with Zambian Grandmaster of chess, Amon Simutowe. Overflowing with wisdom, he discusses his upbringing, life lessons learned through chess, and being the first from his nation to achieve Grandmaster status.
Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow Junot Díaz talks to Eye Editor in Chief Dunni Oduyemi about emigrating to America, being a professor, and what he wishes he’d learned in college.
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Katherine Whatley reflects on her prized possessions and the women from which they came.
Dan Garisto, Spectator opinion editor, reflects on witnessing homelessness in the city and feeling unable to help.
Reflections on a "two-timin man" and the music it took to move on.
Comparing and contrasting Easter, Passover, and Bacchanal.
A step-by-step guide to grinding and DFMO-ing at Bacchanal.
Circle one of the choices in each blank below to help piece together your Hangover- style Bacchanal.
In this week's lead story, Suze Myers explores the pros and cons of studying visual arts at a school like Columbia or Barnard, and what an art degree from one of these schools might mean.
This week’s lead story challenges the homogenizing stereotypes that Asian-American students face at Columbia, and investigates the lasting effects thereof.
Sammy Roth investigates Columbia’s sustainability efforts and examines how we measure up to other universities.
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