Have you ever seen someone twerk to a rap cover of “Baby Shark”? If you haven’t, you have no idea what you are missing out on. This, dancing Teletubbies, love stories, TikToks, and more were all a part of Columbia University Generation’s latest dynamic show....
The players are the same. A medical man sells miracle fixes, mysterious elixirs to an ignorant and desperate audience. He works with spiritualists, herbalists, and a sensational media. He is almost the stereotypical American grifter, selling nonsense and reaping millions. But this grifter is a tenured professor at Columbia....
“Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder,” on display at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery, pushes the printmaking medium to its limits and literally beyond, as the prints spill into an unconventional plane....
Men’s soccer defeated Sacred Heart in a 3-0 shutout on Wednesday night, tallying its ninth clean sheet this season.
It's far from a silent killer.
Back in September, we published an article about how the world needs to calm their PrezBoner. Sorry, Ankeet, but it didn't work. Mine is still raging. With his Freedom of Speech and Press class all wrapped up now, I present to you: my love letter to President Bollinger....
It's late. You're up. If you still haven't been able to thaw from today's chill, we hope this stuff will warm your heart: Heard along the Ivy: Yalies simply will not put up with the miniature bagels their dining halls have offered lately. Fight the power, Yale! Also, "Silliman Dining Hall." Random of randoms: In an attempt to find a bagel pun for the story above, we found this site of bagel jokes. They're so terrible, but like, in a fantastic way. A little bird tweeted: The line for the Suits on Campus screening tonight was just a little bit long....
Light Blue women's soccer (2-1) began its four-game road trip on a positive note with a late-night 1-0 win against Sacred Heart (1-5).