Your first semester at Columbia is almost at an end. One last obstacle to face before winter break: finals. If you’re stressed out about how you’ll be able to come out of it all unscathed, Spectrum is here to answer your questions and clarify what’s really in store for you over the next two weeks....
Class Awareness Month’s opening ceremony showcased a timeline called “Class @ Columbia” that documented class-related events and policies at the University starting from the 1968 Columbia protests to the 2019 expansion of the MetroCard initiative. By designating November as Class Awareness Month, we hope to use the rest of November to discuss and begin to realize a more equitable Columbia. Through Class Awareness Month programming, we encourage everyone, regardless of socio-economic status, to come learn about the history of class at Columbia....
“Black, Here, and Queer” empowers black queer, trans, and non-binary artists through an intimate display of visuals and performances
The summer before their sophomore years, Briana Wood, CC ’22, and Blossom Maduafokwa, BC ’22, began separately conceptualizing a similar idea. What if they curated a showcase that centered on black students and their artwork as part of Columbia’s Queer Awareness Month? When they both returned to campus and realized their shared interest, joining forces was an easy choice....
Week in Review: Increasing tuition, first VP for diversity, equity and inclusion, and Dr. Wallace Broecker
Week in Review: Special investigation into faculty sexual misconduct, Bacchanal, and campus comedy clubs
SGA candidates advocate for resources for LGBTQ students, students of color, and low-income students at forum
Candidates for Barnard’s Student Government Association presented platforms that advocated for increasing resources for low-income, queer, trans and non-binary students at the candidate forum on Tuesday....