Consider the courses specifically designed on the model of CC and Literature Humanities.
Combining quantitative reasoning with more weekly seminars could help fix Frontiers of Science.
In the constant tension between modernity and tradition, Columbia seems to have picked a side.
Our glorification of the Core's thinkers omits the destruction left in their wake.
The EPPC's report on Frontiers does not fully address several concerns which surround a general science course.
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.
On the walls of Teachers College's Horace Mann Hall are the Latin words "Mens sana in corpore sano." But does a sound mind depend upon a healthy body? What relationship should exist between our Columbia education and physical activity?
Where words fail, visual communication holds up the bridge.
To the Editor:
Economics should be included in the Core due to its importance in the world.
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