Columnist David Ecker thinks the music scene has something to learn about capturing an audience from AMC's hit.
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C is for cookie, and there is many a good one to be found in the campus bubble alone.
Eager to go off campus after the first week of school? Test the waters (er, letters) of Alphabet City.
There's a whole world of LGBT cinema beyond "Brokeback Mountain." Check out NewFest to discover it.
Audrey Tautou talks to Spectator about her role in Claude Miller's final film, “Thérèse."
Hot wheels: These four food trucks will add some spice to your food life.
A new musical impresses on its first encounter, thanks to awkward foibles.
Returning to Columbia for a new year, again, feels different. Gone is the gulping, heart-squashing anxiety, punctuated by waves of excitement that marked my first week on campus two years ago.
The microphones were shut off, the lights went out, and the audience was left in a state of momentary shock. That’s what happened during the first few seconds of the performance by Columbia’s Kingsmen.
Calling the first week of classes confusing or overwhelming is a massive understatement, particularly for first-year students.
Following six months of development, administrators have realized the dream of an SSOL Wait List, which unveiled on a pilot basis Monday.
A Teachers College adjunct professor who has never held public office is shaking up the race for the city’s number-two job with a surprisingly strong dark horse candidacy.
Rep. Charles Rangel does not support U.S. military intervention in Syria, and he plans to vote against any resolution to approve military force, he told Spectator on Wednesday.
In Harlem’s District 9, community banker Vince Morgan is giving City Council member Inez Dickens a run for her money, gaining traction with major endorsements and an aggressive campaign.
Frontrunner Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio spent the last Thursday before the Tuesday primary campaigning uptown, speaking to Harlem voters who seemed receptive to the leading candidate’s message.
Local developers are working to retrofit the old factories, including the former Taystee Bakery, into buildings for high-tech start-ups and non-profits, just blocks from Columbia’s new Manhattanville campus.
Both the women's golf and women's soccer teams open their fall 2013 seasons this weekend.
The women's soccer team opens its season this year with games against Manhattan and Monmouth.
The Light Blue men's soccer team faces No. 2 Creighton in its season opener this weekend.
The volleyball team heads to Northwestern this weekend to face Northwestern, Boise State, and Belmont.
Dec 12, 4:16pm
Updated at 5 p.m. The verdict is out, and the lucky ones have officially been chosen. Early Decision acceptance letters were mailed out today, at 3:30 p.m., by admissions officers... Read More
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