What an Orthodox Jewish matchmaker and a teen-movie blind date taught one girl about the pressure to find a husband.
Beyond its academic qualities, the Core prepares Columbia Men for fatherhood.
Before we are ready to be with another person, we should be ready to be by ourselves.
The Columbia University Democrats protested a conference that considered marriage and family, contesting a featured address at the event that argued marriage may only be between a man and a woman.
Whether you want to get married sooner or later, or not at all is up to you.
Celebrities’ high-profile moral failures can indeed be useful tools for spreading awareness, and are important vehicles for defining our own ideals, but sometimes it’s just as instructive to view these failures for what they are.
Libertarians offer an unconventional perspective on this issue that is often drowned out of the political sphere.
I worry every time I write this column. Will people find it relevant? Do LGBT experiences matter to the people reading it? Is it going to be typecast as the “gay column”?
In October 2003, first-year Miriam Casper, BC ’07, hit it off with a guy she met at a friend’s party on the roof of Woodbridge Hall. A year later, she married him and moved to Queens. After 18 months, she gave birth to her son Benjamin.
One week later, she graduated magna cum laude.
Mar 11, 10:41pm
University Senator Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, and CU Dems President Sejal Singh, CC ’15, released the final list of the administrators that will be present at Thursday’s Town Hall on... Read More
Mar 11, 6:01pm
The removal of a banner that advertised Students for Justice in Palestine’s Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall sparked debate on campus today. The banner, which read “Stand for Justice. Stand... Read More
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