October means different things to different people. The arrival of fall can mean the onset of midterms or the smell of pumpkin spice; the end of summer or the beginning of the festive winter season. Whatever it may mean to you, check out Spectrum’s list of Columbia students you’ve seen around campus this month and see if you identify with any of them!...
From my perch in a green swivel chair on the second floor of Milstein, I could see that snow was still falling outside—even though it was past 8 o’clock in the evening—joining the white-covered ground, catching the city off-guard, and causing hours of traffic within the tri-state area. Broadway heading uptown was at a standstill, packed with vehicles steaming exhaust and glaring red lights uselessly attempting to outmaneuver each other, a spillover from the fact that the George Washington Bridge outbound was closed. My laptop battery was at seven percent, my phone 15 percent—and I was viscerally aware that I had approximately three hours to figure out a different place to situate myself before the library closed....
With the stress of midterms, the swings in weather, and a seemingly never-ending flu season, it’s no surprise that Barnumbians are falling ill. However, if you’re finding that you just can’t seem to recover from an illness or are constantly finding yourself feeling under the weather, there’s a handful of other provocateurs that are making you really sick....
Updated, Sept. 18 12:35 p.m.
A collection of award-winning haikus inspired by the marvelous, seemingly eternal season known as "winter."?