Artist Liam McGrane, GS ’24, depicts students’ lack of preparation for the summer semester after a turbulent fall and spring semester.
West Harlem residents express concern over COVID-19 safety measures with New York City high school reopenings
After closing last November, New York City high schools have reopened for in-person instruction. While high schools in West Harlem have welcomed students back, many community members have expressed concern over safety measures to protect students, teachers, and their families from COVID-19....
Lit Hum texts have been scrapped. Essays in University Writing are being graded without feedback or guidance. Some professors are discussing canceling courses altogether. As Columbia’s student-workers and teaching assistants strike for a third consecutive week and negotiations remain at a standstill, many undergraduate students have seen some of their classes grind to a halt....
Liam McGrane, GS ’24, captures what remote learning really feels like in his latest cartoon.
Editor’s note: Several of the athletes were interviewed before the Ivy League made the official decision to cancel the spring sports season.
As we all have adjusted to online life, cartoonist Liam McGrane, GS ’24, predicts a “comfortable” return to in-person classes in the fall.
Virtual counseling and remote campus life present new challenges for students struggling with mental health
Editor’s note: Some students interviewed have been provided pseudonyms to protect their privacy.
As the spring term begins, thousands of Columbia students have returned to campus. Despite facing economic challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, many local galleries and art-related businesses continue to offer a diverse array of artistic experiences for Columbia students, ranging from exhibitions confronting the pressing issues of race and gender inequalities to craft and pottery workshops that provide an opportunity to step away from the screen and into the studio....