Katherine Whatley reflects on her prized possessions and the women from which they came.
Chayenne Mia on gaslighting, a form of psychological manipulation that leaves victims convinced that they haven't been manipulated.
One summer’s end, we watched the blue land crabs escape to the water. “There is no fun involved,” you said. “When the moon is full and groundwater rises, the crabs march for the spawning waters, these roads dark and unknown at night. Mating season, for several days, passes in this way.”
Ruby Dutcher reflects on the loss of her mother and the difficulty of finding an appropriate place to grieve.
“So you wanna quit,” mom said. “You wanna drop out. Move home.” I looked down at my hands, picked up my fork, and pushed the Thanksgiving leftovers around my plate. The yellow light encircling the dining table in an otherwise dark house made me feel like I was in an interrogation room.
That little copy desk became a space for me to say and do foolish things.
Outside of campus, we're not so comfortable—even with our families.
Hurricane Sandy should be a reminder to students to regularly keep in touch with their loved ones at home.
10 ways to avoid distraction at home.
A sense of family and holiday tradition can be just as present with friends at Columbia as it is at home.
Apr 25, 2:22am
It’s late. You’re up. Next week is the last week of classes, finals are around the corner, and this week was chilly again. Making headlines: 23 Columbia and Barnard students have... Read More
Apr 24, 3:34pm
Gerry Visco, the Classics academic administrator for 18 years, is easily recognizable by her bright eyeshadow, platinum tousled hair, and eccentric style. She has earned three degrees from Columbia including... Read More
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