Macha underlines the importance of taking Columbia out of its urban context.
Perhaps the journey to success is not paved by hard work or determination but rather, a necessary disaster.
What, where, and with who we choose to dine changes drastically over a our time in college.
The city is idealized as a glamorous final destination, but for many it's always been simply a hometown.
Figuring out our existential crisises begins with self-reflection.
Students have the power to create a better Columbia.
We must remember to forget life's trivialities and be grateful for what we have.
Looking back on my time writing for Spectator, I am saddened by the mostly vicious and unintelligent attacks that have been directed at me. At the same time, though, I rejoice in the opportunity I have had to make my voice heard, especially at a time when so many others’ go unnoticed.
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