For newspapers and publications of all sizes, focuses, and readerships, the staff editorial has been, and remains, the preferred method of articulating the newspaper’s voice. With it, a nuanced and thoroughly thought-out judgement can be expressed to help shape and inform readers’ views.
Speak up, Columbia. Your voice can effect real change on campus.
This semester our campus had its moments of open conversation.
We encourage our executives-elect to prioritize their goals. Stand Columbia, tell us what your goals are for the first semester, the second semester, and for the year as a whole.
When it comes to internships, all students deserve a fair shake.
To counter an incumbency problem, candidates from outside CCSC should run in this spring's elections.
When it comes to relevance, the student councils' fliering initiative is paper-thin.
We like the Barnard's EcoReps' composting program, but it should be expanded.
Students need to study up on their health insurance options.
It's getting dark at 5 o'clock, but midterms roll on. Some things never change.
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