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.
Earlier today, Student-Worker Solidarity brought a letter to President Bollinger asking that the University cut its ties with Teach for America. SWS has joined together with organizations from other universities in an effort to remove TFA’s presence on campuses across the country until it reforms its practices in three major ways, which SWS outlined in […]
On Thursday night in the Schapiro, the Men of Color Alliance, Sigma Lambda Beta, The Sons Of Eta, BSO, and Teach For America hosted a panel discussion about the role of men of color in today’s educational system. Bwogger Heather Akumiah was there, eating pizza, snapping at all the wrong times, and occasionally taking notes. […]
The final, May, issue of The Blue and White is on campus just in time for finals. Inside is an interview with Greta Gerwig, BC ’06; the final installment of a series on undergraduate student debt at Columbia; as well as a look at ROTC, years after the controversy. Issues are in Butler and Lerner; PDFs are online. Here, senior editor Will Holt, CC […]
A state plan to revitalize the lifeblood of Harlem. An Abyssinian white tie extravaganza celebrates Rev. Butts’ service. The Clintons have always been known to throw a good party. TFA and the economy make altruism sexy again. Seniors will have none of the economy’s doom and gloom when tackling the job market this year. BaseNow […]
So, what are you doing next year? Teach For America will make you an offer you can’t refuse. Merrell Hambleton sat down to hear TFA alumni discus their two years of elementary school bliss. TFA pencils and Columbia Catering cookies abounded at last night’s Teach For America Alumni Panel. But interested students were a little […]