For some, the Core Curriculum is what drew them to Columbia. For others, it is the bane of their existence. No matter which category you fit into, taking University Writing is a given. All first-years in Columbia College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science are required to take it. With second semester coming up, those who haven’t yet taken the course have the chance to choose which section they like best. But with nine different sections of the class, how can you know which one is right for you?...
Seyd the King evaluated the three women who were presented to him, before swooping his arm in a grand gesture, fingers pinched to kiss his lips in approval....
On Friday night’s performance of Columbia’s New Opera Workshop fall repertory scenes at the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, the drama commenced even before the orchestra struck its first chord. A handful of audience members were forced to leave the theater due to overflow in order to comply with fire code....
The power of poetry transcends class in the 16th-century Ottoman Empire at Center for Turkish Studies event
An ornate image of bucolic gardens inhabited by lounging Turkish poets engaged in conversation took up the screen in Schermerhorn’s eighth floor lecture hall. Though seemingly purely decorative, these manuscript images told a story in reflecting the essential values of Ottoman life during the 16th century....
A woman with curly black hair stares intently at the viewer as fast jazz music plays in the background.
As registration approaches, it’s time to open up millions of tabs looking for ways to construct the perfect schedule—while making sure you’re fulfilling requirements. If you’re looking for recommendations on which classes to take to fulfill requirements, Spectrum has already compiled a list of easy options to fulfill the science requirement, Barnard’s Modes of Thinkings, and the Global Core requirement....
Like many on Columbia’s campus last Friday morning, Violet Krejcie was working hard at learning something new. Her current area of study? High fives.
Three new members were appointed to Columbia’s board of trustees, University administrators announced in an email on Thursday morning.
Close to 400 undergraduate students were registered to vote and requested absentee ballots for midterm elections this year, following the University Senate’s decision to pass a resolution to promote civic engagement and voter registration on campus....