By Peyton Alie
Every night, members of Columbia’s most secret society gather in an undisclosed location. Meeting until the early hours of the morning, they conspire with fellow participants in a group so clandestine that they are forced to lie to their friends about their whereabouts. These students are not the posh patricians of Columbia’s St. A’s or Yale’s Skull and Bones. They are volunteers for Nightline, Columbia’s anonymous peer listening service....