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Hate, The Media, And Me

Managing Editor Zack Abrams attended the IIJS and Journalism School’s panel, Don’t Panic, Don’t Ignore: How to Report on Hate, last night about the duty of journalists to report on hate and the difficulties and pitfalls that lie therein.

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Columbia Professors Get Wedlocked

Marriage inequality might have been terrible, but marriage equality, it seems, is also dangerous. Staff writer Ross Chapman reports on yesterday’s panel, in which several Columbia and Barnard professors discussed the perils of legal fairness in marriage, that institution held above all others. After the recent progress of LGBTQ+ marriage equality, has love really won? […]

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Writing About Writing In Your Twenties

Want to write? Scared about what will happen to your writing in your twenties? Max Rettig, a young man in his (early) twenties (so he hasn’t yet reached the HOLY CRAP I’M IN MY TWENTIES phase yet), explored the Writing in Your Twenties Panel and has written a piece about it.  Late last night, well […]

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