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By Sarah Frost, Megan Cunnane, and Lisa Huang
Fri, Apr 11, 2014, 1:08am

As part of the third annual Random Acts of Kindness Week, which immediately follows Mental Health awareness week, SWP and CU Active Minds invited the “What I Be” project to Columbia University for the second consecutive year.

Read more about this spring's Random Acts of Kindness Week here.Read more

By Sarah Frost
Fri, Mar 28, 2014, 2:21am

Three SEAS undergraduates recently sat down with Spectator to discuss how their independent research projects have enriched their experiences at Columbia.Read more

By Sarah Frost and Lisa Huang
Thu, Mar 27, 2014, 4:44am

The Columbia chapter of Society of Women Engineers strives to provide a community on campus for women pursuing undergraduate degrees in the fields of engineering, physics, computer science, mathematics, and chemistry.Read more

By Sarah Frost and Xinyi Lin
Thu, Jan 23, 2014, 3:49am

Students share their reactions to the temporary closure of The Heights as well as their secrets to getting by without those famous margaritas.Read more

By Steven Lau and Megan Cunnane
Tue, Dec 3, 2013, 9:30am

Get a run down of the major issues impacting Housing Development Fund Corporations and the reasons shareholders are worried about the future of their buildings.Read more

By Naomi Cohen and Lisa Huang
Wed, Nov 20, 2013, 12:37am

The Title IX Team, a new student group focused on sparking conversation at about sexual assault at Columbia and helping survivors, organized a freeze mob on College Walk on Tuesday to raise awareness of sexual violence.Read more

By Megan Cunnane
Fri, Nov 15, 2013, 11:00pm

Spectator asked Barnard students how they feel about the college's new housing policy regarding overnight guests, especially in the wake of several large media outlets picking up the story and alleging that the Barnard administration is trying to control the sex lives of its students.Read more

By Megan Cunnane, Steven Lau, and Patrick Schulman
Wed, Nov 6, 2013, 3:30am

Watch what new possibilities the Science & Engineering Library's 3-D printer provides, and check out a time lapse of the printer creating a replica of a pot discovered in an archaeological dig.Read more

By Steven Lau
Wed, Nov 6, 2013, 3:47am

What does a 3-D printer look like when it's in action? Check out Spectator's time lapse of the Science & Engineering Library's 3-D printer creating a replica of an ancient pot, a process of almost five hours condensed into less than a minute. Also, watch what Jeffrey Lancaster, GSAS '11 and emerging technologies coordinator of Columbia University Libraries,...Read more

By Megan Cunnane and Sarah Frost
Thu, Oct 31, 2013, 2:10am

The Columbia brach of the Red Cross, a new student group, organized a coffeehouse last week to help raise funds to buy supplies for displaced families. Watch some of the performances and see what the club's founders had to say about the new group.Read more

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