Anti-patriarchal adaptation of ‘Electra’ features powerful performances but ultimately resists a feminist retelling
“My cries are wings: they pierce the cage.”
DOJ challenges affirmative action in a lawsuit alleging Yale discriminates against white, Asian American applicants
Hot on the heels of three similar lawsuits, the Department of Justice announced on Oct. 8 a lawsuit against Yale University, alleging illegal discrimination on the grounds of race and national origin during the admissions process. The DOJ found the university in violation of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin....
Amid concerns about voter suppression, mail-in ballots, and COVID-19, Columbia University has created two early voting sites for the 2020 general election....
Down by 3, the Lions are at the 24-yard line with three down and nine yards for a first down. Captain and quarterback Anders Hill, CC ’18, scans the endzone looking for the opening and spots then-first-year wide receiver Josh Wainwright in the middle. Wainwright catches the ball and rolls into the endzone to win the game. In that instant, fans donning Pantone 291 rushed the field as the Homecoming game marked that the 2017 season was going to be one for the books....
As most students spend their college years living in Morningside Heights, it’s important to know all the supermarkets, office supply stores, and home decor shops nearby. Spectrum has put together a comprehensive list for convenient spots that will help make your dorm feel like home....
Social media has always been one of those things I’m unable to use consistently. While this may be obvious from my sparse Instagram posts, it is no secret to those who know me that I prefer the familiar intimacy of physical interactions, such as in the parking lot of a local coffee house or after school in my favorite classroom....
Black in ballet: Dance Theatre of Harlem highlights the role of Black dancers in a historically white art form
“Swan Lake” is a white ballet.
Students have been ‘just as good as the police’ at enforcing the legacy of enslavement that would finance and expand Columbia’s prestige
Updated July 29, 2020 at 9:44 p.m.
This is the tenth edition of “The Season That Could Have Been,” Spectator’s series on spring 2020 sports.
The best triple jumper in Columbia history, senior Daniel Igbokwe, will graduate after a record-breaking career
This is the eighth edition of “The Season That Could Have Been,” Spectator’s series on spring 2020 sports.