Welcome back to another semester of Zoom CCSC, tune in for inspirational work ethic and exciting political drama through first-hand reporting on your elected officials’ weekly meetings!
Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
If you’re hiding out in your room / still getting last licks on spring break, you haven’t yet seen that there is a large motorcade on College Walk right now. Rumors are abounding that it is for Vice President Joe Biden, although we have not had this confirmed yet. Columbia confirms that the motorcade is […]
Many of our dearest aquatic friends had a close brush with death after Hurricane Sandy cheekily flooded the New York Aquarium. (NYT) Don’t worry, if our home ever floods, we’ll have an escape plan. Scientists have found the “earthiest new planet yet”. Soon we’ll all be living in out there… (TIME) As you wait for […]
A panel met at the Earth Institute to discuss the implications of seven billion and counting. Included is the prospect for water wars—no, not like last summer’s backyard pool party summit. (Livescience) For better of for worse, President Obama seems to have changed the face of war. At least we’re not getting freedom agendas shoved […]
Politico has an early copy of MSNBC reporter Richard Wolffe‘s new book Renegade, about Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, and among his many tales is the following confrontation between Joe Biden and John McCain during the ServiceNation forum (presumably in Lerner). When Sen. John McCain wouldn’t return the phone calls of Sen. Joe Biden, the never-subtle […]