This past Thursday, the Columbia School of Nursing’s Center for Research on People of Color (CRPC) hosted Dr. Amadou Gaye, the second speaker of their Anti-Racism Speaker Series, to discuss his research on the relationship between
Want to decorate your dorm? Afraid of commitment? Halfway through the semester without doing anything for your room? You’ve come to the right place.
Today, a few intrepid Columbia students unsatisfied by ethnically ambiguous dining hall offerings ventured into Hamilton 702 with open minds and empty stomachs for the supposed first lecture of a course entitled “Masterpieces of Western Food.” While immediately put off by the alarming lack of snacks, this audacious reporter stuck it out, for reasons of journalistic […]
Barnard uniforms have been catalogued. (Genuine Incongruity) Brooklyn’s best pizza is expanding to Manhattan. (Gothamist) Milk smuggling is growing. (Gothamist) Columbia neighborhood identified as a case in point for NYC’s human rights violations. (NYT) J-School finds magazine websites are poorly edited. (Huffington Post)
Shaky snowboarders After all the hubub, nothing made more sense than to check out Winter Jam NYC yesterday. The city government promised such exciting things as “The Future of Snowboarding Invitational” (original caps), an ice climbing wall, and trampoline entertainment, the last of which has no connection to winter as far as we can tell. […]
Congratulations, CC grads: you forked over $11.8 million for the Columbia College Fund this year. That’s more than any year yet, according to an e-mail sent to ’07ers yesterday. It didn’t take tipsters long to point out the Fund’s fumble. The thank you e-mail sent to donors included this photo from Commencement 2007. Oops. Full […]
Homer, Aeschylus, Euripides, Herodotus, Thucydides, and Vaclav Havel: Which one of these things is not like the other? New football coach offers idealistic promises that won’t pan out; will be followed by a return to normalcy Professors must find a new forum for controversial, condescendingly-expressed opinions For those of you who aren’t fine with a […]
Major Declaration time is here! And earlier this week, the B&W posted its first ever “Disillusioned Majors Guide,” advising students to avoid History, Classics, Comp. Lit, and nearly everything else. There is only one proper recourse for the liberal arts major: don’t major in anything. At all. (Note: This was not included in the upcoming […]