Updated July 11 at 7:20 p.m.
Dear editorial board,
No matter how lost and confused I was during my undergraduate years, I always thought that I would be ready to seize control of my independence when the final hour came, that I would, somehow, “figure it out.” But as my graduation neared, I wasn’t and hadn’t. I was a final paper painfully past its deadline....
Updated on March 26, 2019 at 9:57 p.m.
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There will be a line when there’s an omelet involved. I’ve learned that quickly.
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At a Columbia University College Republicans event on Tuesday, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation President Mark Mix discussed unionization in the context of the ongoing Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME....
Here I am on my mat, draped in a forward fold, rising slightly to a half lift, flinging myself upwards for a back bend. Magnified by a microphone, the teacher asks us to “open a dialogue with your bodies” and “to practice self-forgiveness,” to exhale in a “shhhhh” and to inhale until we can’t inhale anymore. She tells us to thank ourselves for “making it to your mats today.” As always, I’m torn between the urge to roll my eyes and the urge to nod emphatically....