Daumsday: Feb. 7, 2014
Volunteer docent Thomas Fedorek agrees that outside funding is essential for the preservation of Saint John the Divine.
After changing its name from Vareli to Domain in September 2013, the restaurant, on Broadway between 112th and 113th streets, is back to its old name.
The bookstore, on 112th Street and Broadway, will not be renewing its lease when it expires in February 2015.
Macha underlines the importance of taking Columbia out of its urban context.
Students should take advantage of the first few weeks of freshman year to explore all that Columbia and Morningside Heights have to offer.
The longtime eatery shut down in July when the lease expired.
The neighborhoods surrounding Columbia—the four neighborhoods Spectator covers—are home to their own rich histories, diverse residents, and local controversies.
The two muggings occurred eight days apart from and within two blocks of each other.
The popular Asian store, located on Broadway between 114th and 115th streets, closed last Thursday due to health violations.
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