Teach For America's ignorance of structural economic issues is a serious problem.
In the constant tension between modernity and tradition, Columbia seems to have picked a side.
I did not stumble into the real world and find it to be cold and unforgiving.
To diminish negative perceptions and false conclusions about Columbia, positive stereotypes need to be reinforced.
We may all be a little more privileged than we think.
Insulation and privileges mask the real problems around us and cause us to exaggerate our minor complaints.
Students seem to feel that successful long-term relationships are best consummated with other Ivy Leaguers.
Our education places a great responsibility to do good on us.
We should acknowledge our connection to the city, especially as it recovers.
A response to Ryan Cho's column "What is privilege?"
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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