Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow Junot Díaz talks to Eye Editor in Chief Dunni Oduyemi about emigrating to America, being a professor, and what he wishes he’d learned in college.
Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel talks about the brain, the arts, and what they mean to him.
Professor Eric Foner’s reputation precedes him. Aside from being an inspiring and legendary figure in Columbia’s history department, Foner has penned over twenty books, and won a Pulitzer Prize, a Lincoln Prize, and a Bancroft prize.
When’s the last time you sent your team to the Super Bowl? Yes, the Super Bowl, America’s favorite sporting event. Very few people can affirm this statement, and Richard Sherman is one of them.
Due to an ever larger applicant pool, Columbia's Office of Undergraduate Admissions expanded its student interview program, including more undergraduate interviewers, as opposed to the traditional alumni interviewers.
As currently designed, the interview component of the college admission's process causes more harm than good.
The value of my study abroad shouldn't be measured by the job it gets me.
Every Thursday and Sunday, the eastern stretch of Broadway between 114th and 116th Streets is overtaken by a vast array of seasonal produce, ciders, and baked goods.
Megan Greenwell, BC ’06 and the 129th editor in chief of Spectator, just returned from an 11-week stay in Baghdad as a Washington Post reporter.
You graduated from college just over a year ago. What was it like to go to Baghdad as a Post reporter?
Philosophy major Brendan Ballou, CC ’09, is one of four founders of Free Culture @ Columbia—a student group that promotes the easy dissemination of digital information.
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