Paula Franzese, who teaches political science and law at Barnard and Seton Hall University respectively, will release two books that offer cheerful, unconventional, and practical advice to college students.
From brokers and street vendors, to publishers and writers, everyone seems to be obsessed with one question: “What sells?” In an era characterized by innovation, action, and a never-ending supply of data, speculation has lost its charm.
The Rare Books and Manuscript Library offers a look into the sensational work of infamous "obscene" publisher Samuel Roth
Professors must teach, not seek public acclaim.
Gaia Goffe, CC ’11, is a Columbia fencer, an active member of Columbia’s Students for Barack Obama, and an employee of the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions. Now she can add “published author” to her resume.
“You’re the publisher? So, you’re mean? I am not supposed to like you.” These were the words uttered to me by a prominent journalist at a recent Spectator event and likely the original sentiment of many of Speccies that I had the privilege to work with over the years.
Mar 7, 4:53pm
No need to spend your precious time searching through Facebook and Twitter to stay updated—Spectrum has your back. This weekly series on current events will have you more informed on... Read More
- 1 of 3
- next ›
Subscribe to Spec Newsletters
This week in The Eye
This week in history
welcome to our new site!
we hope you like our new site, its pretty dopeFeedback form