the magazine of the columbia daily spectator
May 1 2013
Mmm, baby: The very best in food porn
April 27 2013
Alternatives to Butler
April 19 2013
Red Bull and relaxation
April 17 2013
Back to the kitchen: A short journey through sexist pop culture
April 12 2013
Bikinis and big booties, y’all
April 8 2013
Azealia Banks Did What?
April 5 2013
More stories from Columbia’s military veterans
April 3 2013
Sing, O Muse, of some sappy story
April 1 2013
Missed the Cliterary Open Mic? Check out the highlights here
March 29 2013
Sex & Low Beach
Why alternative distribution matters.
By Devin Briski
Conversio Virium's quest to educate the next generation of BDSM'ers.
A look into the named sandwiches of Morningside Heights and their origins.
By Devin Briski, Jason Bell
Karl Marx dominates foundational theory classes in sociology and anthropology, but most of mainstream America (and even New York) considers his ideas far from having any practical value. Could this change?
While most people spent elementary school summers playing video games and foursquare, this editor lived a slightly more bohemian lifestyle.
After 35 years, Rocky Horror Picture Show is as relevant as ever and appealing to a new audience.
Every year, what starts with around 40 or 50 freshman and sophomore potential architecture majors slowly dwindles to a small group of students who enter a surprisingly large array of fields. They are the proud, the computer-and-popsicle-stick-proficient—the architecture majors in the Columbia-Barnard joint program. And they will tell you that the program is not what you’d expect.
By Devin Briski, Samuel Draxler
The Eye goes to Governors Island to report on the city's hottest food carts.
LAN parties offer typically solitary gamers a chance to come together.
By Andy Seife, Devin Briski
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