Columbia should allow economics majors to graduate early to help insurance companies exploit sick patients
My name is George Astor. You may know me as the guy who achieved self-actualization when I reached over 500 connections on LinkedIn. During my month-long quarantine in my family’s mansion in Short Hills, New Jersey, I’ve been doing some thinking: What was the point of me pretending to do all those Core Curriculum readings if I can’t use my education for good?...
Chad Joseph has Tinder, Bumble, Coffee Meets Bagel, Hinge, and JSwipe all downloaded on his phone. But he would gladly uninstall all of them for a chance with the love of his semester, Mary H....
Dear Class of 2020,
Destiny Stevens can’t pinpoint the exact moment she knew she was different from her radically liberal friends, but she says the signs had always been there. While her classmates began experimenting with liberal ideas like canceling student debt and eliminating private insurance, Stevens harbored scandalous thoughts about working within institutions instead of dismantling them....
This Thanksgiving season, we here at Spectrum are all very thankful to be at Columbia—so thankful, in fact, that we’re writing another article about it. This time though, we’re highlighting a few common things at Columbia that we as students are grateful to be able to complain about....
In what can only be referred to as a local tragedy, Columbia student Thomas Mayer camped out in the stacks for 72 hours and no one hooked up with him.
In what comes as a surprise to his friends and family, Westchester native Ethan O’Malley has decided to observe a strict halal diet.
After purchasing a reusable metal straw and using it once in the Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning, Jessica Levy has been absolved of all sin—past, present, and future....