A decade in athletics: Anderson strengthens an inconsistent men’s soccer program and creates professional players
Coming into the decade, expectations were not extremely high for the men’s soccer program. It had not earned an Ancient Eight crown in 17 years, Ivy League Player of the Year since 1993, and NCAA tournament berth since 1991....
Leaving the Playground: After Running a Presidential Campaign, Henry Williams Isn’t Done With National Politics
Henry Williams, a sophomore at Columbia College, is fresh out of the shower, standing in his pajamas with a towel draped over his shoulders, as he welcomes me into the basement lounge of River Hall. There is a lot to talk about, and he does not waste time. He speaks quickly and eloquently—it’s clear that he has told this story many times before. As Williams laments the uninspiring centrism that he believes has plagued leftist politics since the end of the ’60s, a student plays violin across the room. The melancholic crooning is like a funeral march for politics as we know it....
Whenever someone asks me the question, “What made you want to transfer to Columbia?” I answer, “The bagels.”
“If you can tell a story, it doesn’t matter what the medium [is],” said Jon Bowermaster, one of three storytellers who spoke on campus on Friday as part of Narrative Practice: the 5th Annual Urban Design Storytelling Symposium....
In the shadow of two rising buildings poised to be at the center of the Business School’s new campus, senior administrators celebrated the growth of Manhattanville and the potential it promises for interdisciplinary research. Together, they represent the culmination of a conversation that, according to administrators, has been over two decades in the making....
Every night, makeup users wipe off their hour-long morning ritual, leaving them with a blank canvas of a face.
In response to concerns voiced by students with disabilities, Barnard College has updated its physical education requirement to better accommodate these students and to reflect a level of support comparable to that offered at peer institutions....
In opposition to the installation of a new sculpture in front of Butler Library, a group of students recently published an op-ed that was equal parts reactionary, philistine, and glib. The role of public art in shaping spaces in general and our campus in particular is an important topic to which their op-ed does an immense disservice....