David Ecker does something he never thought he'd do: devote his column to twerking queen Miley Cyrus.
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In this week's installment of Fashion Realist, Sarah Batchu schools us on fall trends.
A new startup is using Kickstarter to fund its efforts to put empty storefronts to creative use.
Ever heard of Clinton Hill? Maybe it's time for a visit.
Spectator's opera critic previews the Met's upcoming season.
New exhibit takes a multi-aspected look at a familiar sight.
An adaptation of a David Sedaris story, "C.O.G." handles heavy topics like spirituality and sex, with a touch of dark humor.
The team behind the 2011 horror film “Insidious” has returned to haunt movie theaters with a sequel that delivers laughs and a few good frights.
BAM and the New York City Opera's production of "Anna Nicole" explores the glamour and tragedy of the late celebrity's life.
Orlando Bloom stars in a captivating take on the Shakespeare classic.
"Arguendo" is sort of a mess, but not for lack of trying.
The problem with a love for the high, the lofty, the ideal, and the abstract, is that they bleed over too easily into elitism, a willingness to impose one particular vision of the Good through top-down coercion.
Mathematics is a living, breathing being that inhabits the world’s deepest mysteries and most profound secrets. But to many, it is a collection of dusty and arcane textbooks studied by equally dusty and arcane university professors whose job is primarily to weed out engineering majors.
When in the course of human events it becomes necessary to air our problems with the printing situation, a decent respect to the opinions of the Editorial Board requires that we should declare the causes which impel us to the complaint.
Students chewed on donuts—and each other’s thoughts—last week at “The World Café,” the first event from Barnard’s new Special Interest Housing community, the Social Justice House.
Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies is adding a management track to its Athena Mastermind program this semester.
It’s not easy being green—but Columbia is trying to make it so for students. The Office of Environmental Stewardship introduced a $25,000 fund this semester to support student projects related to sustainability.
Professor Shree Nayar may have found a new way to teach science—a build-it-yourself digital camera.
The women’s field hockey (2-2) team will go head to head against Brown (2-2) on Friday before traveling to Richmond (2-4) on Sunday. The Lions started the season strong with a pair of wins at Longwood and James Madison, before falling to Maryland and American.
After a 3-7 season in 2012, the Lions are bigger and stronger, and focused on becoming a winner.
When a former four-star recruit decides to transfer, it’s going to be a big deal. When the recruit is a quarterback and the school he chooses is in the Ivy League, it’s an even bigger deal. And when that Ivy League school happens to be Columbia, it’s groundbreaking—even historic.
After missing nearly all of last season to a knee injury, senior Seyi Adebayo has much to prove on the field.
After winning the Ivy title in 2012, the Quakers were picked to repeat in the Ivy Preseason Media Poll.
The Light Blue will face off against 3-0 Fordham and its star running back Carlton Koonce this Saturday.
The Lions showed marked improvement in their first season under head coach Pete Mangurian.
After a 3-7 record in 2012, the Lions are prepared to take the next step in the development of their program.
Lions take a break from the normal action to take part in alumni tournament.
The women's soccer team will be in action twice this weekend, looking to bring its record above .500.
The men's soccer team will head up to Boston looking to down Northeastern on its home field.
The Light Blue will be looking to gain notice as the team to beat this weekend in New Haven.
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