News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GSSC got interactive at their last assembly, and Bureau Chief/Wednesday Wastrel Joe Milholland was on hand to witness the outpouring of ideas. Directories only slightly less creepy than directory.columbia.edu, visiting Buddhist monks, and “GS Singles Mingle” (perhaps the most highly anticipated social event of the semester, as of now) await! A searchable directory of student […]
“By your deeds and not by your words shall you be known.” Or so reads the Sachems‘ website. Did we think to look for a website? Dammit, no. Frankly, we’re a bit over posting more lists of people who are trying to do cool things for Columbia—like to raise money for ambulances or scholarships, and […]
“I guess one of the heartening things is how open both students and administrators were about hazing on campus,” sez Wesley Morton, CC ’15 and treasurer of ZBT, whose super mysterious hazing, which neither students nor administrators were at all open about, led to the creation of the anti-hazing admin committee on which Morton now […]