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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
By Sarah Friedman
A Columbia professor's new book reveals surprising statistics about college depression.
By Meredith Foster
Columbia's LitHum chair tracks the history of individual ideas.
By Cathi Choi
A B-School professor talks about the logic (or lack thereof) behind the choices we make.
Why Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine resists dialogue on Israel-Palestine
By Sarah Ngu
Last February, a shoe was thrown at Chinese Premier Wen Jiaobao, and the Chinese media reported on the incident. More than just coverage, this may represent an ideology shift for the country.
By Lucy Sun
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?
By Devin Briski
Many Americans still hold unfair stereotypes against Muslims after Sept.11—but to what extent does the community itself play into this dynamic? And can it change?
Columbia professors offer theories on the causes of social and political movements using the recent rise of the Tea Party as a case study.
By Tyler Trumbach
Deconstructing the myth of the American Individual.
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