Homelessness is a growing problem—one that often seems impossible to combat. But there is an easy way for college students to help.
New York City
Levine needs to be unequivocal about his support for Housing First.
The sophomore slump at Columbia leaves one listless. By reflecting on what can be a seemingly insignificant experience for four years at a large and impersonal institution, we can change our perspectives and use our time here to grow as much as possible. In this way, we not only leave our own mark on Columbia, but keep the spirit of Columbia alive.
There is both de-facto and de-jure discrimination in NYC, which has the potential to make any minority another statistic.
Internships have become too closely associated with a Columbia education.
Lamenting the lack of readily accessible nightlife for those under 21 at Columbia and in New York City.
We should acknowledge our connection to the city, especially as it recovers.
Exploring the city is no substitute for spending a semester abroad.
How Bloomberg could learn from Columbia's new alcohol policies.
Columbia isn't doing enough to commemorate the tragedy of 9/11.
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