By studying women in the literary roles they occupy, regardless of prominence, we can develop insight into how these women think.
This unconventional off-Broadway play titillates its audience and provides big laughs.
Chayenne Mia explores the tendency to attribute negative interactions to racism and sexism. Real discrimination will be taken seriously if we resist the urge to blame it constantly.
As president of Barnard College, Debora Spar has a lot on her plate. Last year, she released a book, Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection, that explores one of the unintended consequences feminist movements have created for the 21st century woman.
We must change the ways we value ourselves as men in order to create a safer campus for men and women.
Barnard’s Student Government Association is hoping to convince administrators to rewrite the college’s controversial guest policy in response to accusations that it polices the sex lives of students.
With Take Back the Night becoming more inclusive this year, it is important that we come together as a community.
Searching for an affirmative action of the soul.
Students need to let loose and let love in.
Apr 24, 3:34pm
Gerry Visco, the Classics academic administrator for 18 years, is easily recognizable by her bright eyeshadow, platinum tousled hair, and eccentric style. She has earned three degrees from Columbia including... Read More
Apr 24, 1:15pm
Check out these stories in this week’s edition of The Eye. I Woke Up Like This: Former Spectator Managing Editor Finn Vigeland joins four Columbians—two students and two administrators—in their morning routines... Read More
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