There is so much talent entering the community but no innovation leaving it.
Oriented first-years only accentuate the senior disorientation.
Time is a strange thing. You know how it works, sort of. You know that one moment will disappear as quickly as it was given to you, that the time between your first move-in day at college and your last will seem like no time at all.
With the sun beating down on South Lawn, Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally, CC ’60, told Columbia College graduates on Tuesday to use their educations to make a difference in the world.
Work at Spectator need not define our lives, but it can play a role as a home and community.
To a Chinese international student, meeting others from China may be a welcome discovery at the beginning, but it can also undermine the overall “American experience.”
The endless tortures leading up to graduation are a tragic fact of senior life.
Screw the trolls—to everyone else who thanked me for writing about my abusive relationship, sex, or self-harm, thank you—you are the ones who matter.
We can all appreciate how being in college is a privilege, but often we have trouble explaining just how that is.
Dec 12, 4:16pm
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 on College Walk. This... Read More
Dec 12, 11:29am
Hey. I think the marching band wants you to come to Orgo Night tonight. I don’t know, just a hunch. If you haven’t gotten the message already, check out its... Read More
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