Becoming a Columbian involves some rites of passage—116 of them.
From the raucous laughter of Orgo Night to the musical feast of Bacchanal, arts events are a mainstay of campus culture.
We can all appreciate how being in college is a privilege, but often we have trouble explaining just how that is.
Despite its questionable legality, roof-ing is a classic Columbia tradition.
Students, faculty, and administrators gathered for Sherry Hour, a cocktail party tradition common at many small liberal arts schools, and hopes it will become the next Columbia University tradition.
Your guide to the quintessentially Columbian experiences on campus
The latest edition of Spectator's top 116 Columbia traditions.
More than just a tradition, the Varsity Show is emblematic of Columbia as a whole.
What happened on Thursday was a shameless display of hypocrisy and paternalism on the part of the administration and Public Safety, and it speaks to the effectiveness with which a bloated Columbia bureaucracy has managed to materially degrade the quality of life of its undergraduate students.
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