To celebrate National Poetry Month, Emily Neil examines the ways poetry is relevant to our daily lives.
Arts and Entertainment Columns
David Ecker had unusually high hopes for this year's Bacchanal headliner—but he has to concede to the haters that Lupe really was a fiasco.
Jenny Singer takes a look at the fiscal motives at work behind the scenes of big Broadway productions, and argues that the musical is being dumbed down in favor of profit.
In visiting the "A Brush with Asia" exhibition at the Met, Joanna Lee was forced to reflect upon her relationship with the Chinese language and script.
Emily Neil is delighted at Barnard's choice to honor rebel and musical genius Patti Smith at this year's commencement ceremony.
The comic chemistry between Jimmy Fallon and The Roots makes for TV musical gold, argues David Ecker.
Joanna Lee reflects on her spring break in Toronto, and the ways in which New Yorkers might follow the lead of Torontonians in promoting diversity.
Given the allegations leveled against Woody Allen by Dylan Farrow, Jenny Singer argues it’s best to not support the new Broadway show.
Emily Neil walks the reader through a personal journey into her mind, revealing the joys and frustrations of creative expression.
David Ecker casts a critical eye over the critical structure of the Academy Awards.
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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