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
New York's soul food landscape is constantly changing. Which pressures does it face now?
By Jason Bell
By Devin Briski, Jason Bell
College life anywhere in America necessitates finding friends and support structures: homes away from home. But in New York City, a profoundly isolating metropolis, and at Columbia, with an undergraduate community lacking the tradition and structural communities of its peer institutions—the residential college system at Yale or eating clubs at Princeton—building homes away from home requires initiative. That's where food communities come in.
The eye peeks into one day of students' food diaries.
While the city has played host to legendary food neighborhoods in the past, the trend seems to be ending as individual eateries hold the weight of entire neighborhood histories.
Why dining alone in New York City is more of a communal experience.
Culinary enthusiasts go head to head on the imperial Americanization of food.
When preparing to watch food porn, one should never assume that the click of a mouse leads to any naughtiness.
With so many campus-area eateries being temporarily closed due to Health Code Violations, it's only appropriate to turn a scrutinizing eye closer to home.
Eric Ripert and Columbians agree: Fusion Food is hot.
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