Cathedral Gardens, colloquially known as CG, located on 110th St and Manhattan Ave, is the farthest undergraduate residence hall owned by either Barnard or Columbia. Senior Staff Writer Ramisa Murshed lives there, and she documented her walk from CG to campus.
The Center for Korean Research at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute hosted a seminar on March 8, called “100 Years of Korean Popular Music.” Senior Staff Writer and K-pop fan Ramisa Murshed was there. On Friday afternoon, the 9th floor of the International Affairs Building was filled with scholars and enthusiasts of Korean popular music, […]
It’s Valentine’s Day, and Senior Staff Writer Ramisa Murshed has a lot to get off her chest.
Happening in the World: Putin plans to expand Russia’s development of missiles in creating new hypersonic missiles, projected to travel over five times as fast as the speed of sound. Although critics believe that Russia is incapable of developing such missiles, Putin remains uncompromising in his plans. (NYT) Happening in the US: Virginia’s Attorney General, Mark Herring, […]
Columbia’s indie rock claim to fame, Vampire Weekend, has finally come out of hiding to release new music. Two new songs are to be released on Thursday, one titled “2021,” and more importantly, “Harmony Hall,” presumably named after, you guessed it, the Columbia residence hall. Vampire Weekend is no stranger to making Columbia references in their music; the […]
During last night’s SGA meeting, everyone had one thing on their minds: sustainability. Senior Staff Writer Ramisa Murshed caught all the action, including some guest speakers and special presentations on keeping Barnard and Columbia sustainable. After all of the SGA reps gave their respective announcements, including that the 616 computer lounge and Hewitt reusable takeout […]
By now, you’ve probably already heard much about the Milstein Center, like how cold the air conditioning is in it or what its new nickname should be. But what do all 40,000 square feet of the beautiful new building have to offer? We’ve compiled a comprehensive guide to the Milstein Center, from the cafe to […]
Happening in the world: Claiming to hope to increase the country’s population, Tanzanian president John Magufuli has begun to urge women to stop using contraceptives. His comments have been met with much criticism, especially since Tanzania has some of the highest birth rates in the world. (BBC) Happening in the US: The Trump administration plans to withdraw […]
Welcome to Columbia! Being here means being in a city home to some of the richest culture in the country. There’s no better way to explore the past, present, and future of that culture than visiting the many museums NYC has to offer. As a college student, many of these great museums’ admission fees can be pretty hefty. […]
It’s day 4 of NSOP, which means you’re probably getting used to the hustle and bustle of the orientation program that seems to never end. Although there are still plenty of required events in store for today, these will essentially force you to be more social, hopefully letting you make some new friends. Let the […]