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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 Meredith Foster
It’s our 100th birthday! After a few years as Columbia’s only weekly publication, we’re psyched to hit this milestone. Feeling meta, we wanted to explore Columbia’s culture of journalism. Here's what some of our campus publications' major players have to say.
By Adam Weiler, Akhil Mehta, Angela Radulescu, Eliza Shapiro, Ethan Wong, Libby Brittain, Noel Duan, Samantha Greenberg, Sophia Mossberg
While New York tech culture booms, our campus is a few years behind powerhouses like Stanford, MIT, and even NYU. Some students and faculty are trying to change that.
By Amanda Cormier
Now Columbia's number 4—so what? Questioning the validity behind the U.S. News rankings system and how they play out for both Columbia, and the all-too-frequently overlooked Barnard.
By Melanie Jones
Besides vigorous email threads, what really goes on in Columbia’s many clubs? And which ones have the best ratio of time spent in club to friendmaking?
By Daryl Seitchik, Devin Briski
There’s something potent and unsaid about the Barnard-Columbia relationship. We can take classes at either school. We can socialize on either campus. But the details of how students from each school interact are skimmed over in campus tours and official documents, instead rearing their heads during awkward social interactions. So we decided to see what people from both schools would say if we got them in a room together and asked them, up front, questions about the day-to-day realities of the Barnard-Columbia relationship. And it turned out to be pretty fun.
By Devin Briski, Julia Miller
Eight years after his inauguration, he’s fundamentally changed—or restored—the presidency. This is how he did it.
By Jacob Schneider, Joy Resmovits
As Columbia writes up Manhattanville extension plans, environmental critics question Columbia's commitment to green living. Are we leading in sustainability or just following the status quo?
By Sam Levin
Believe it or not, Columbia has cheerleaders... And a dance team! And they're different!
By Hillary Busis
Taking the pulse of mental healthcare at Columbia.
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