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.
It’s Day 2 of Reading Week! We know you probably don’t believe in yourself but that’s okay, because we have enough faith in you to power Butler for an entire week. Get out of bed, go to that study group, write 6 pages of your paper, and smash that mf final! Alternatively, listen to mopey […]
Canada is about to get a lot more lit–legislation to legalize marijuana federally will be ready by 2017! What a nice post-4/20 piece of news. (CBC) A New York Congressman decided to get a little dramatic, saying he would “take cyanide” if Ted Cruz won the Republican presidential nomination. Loos like even his colleagues are pretty sure […]
The Statue takes the New York Times: news of our sit-ins and petitions over a hunk of metal has reached that intellectual bastion. The point of the piece: Columbians don’t not protest something when they can protest something. (New York Times) Iceland’s prime minister proves not so cool under pressure—he’s resigned after the leaked Panama Papers […]
Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz may hold some inhumane opinions, but he did attempt to help his half sister who was addicted to painkillers. (NY Times) At the New York International Automobile Show currently happening on Manhattan, Jaguar revealed plans for a remake of the 1950’s XKSS. (Wall Street Journal) Evidence shows that Shakespeare’s skull […]
In dedication to our favorite anti-urbanite and American hero, Ted Cruz, we present cities in all their glory: Another day, another slashing. Yesterday, a man waiting for the No. 3 train at the Pennsylvania Ave. / Livonia Ave. station was attacked by a schizophrenic man wielding a knife. This continuation of a troubling trend makes us long […]
There’s nothing we love more than when we call and you answer. On this first real day of reading week, we bring to you the parting words of just a few of the professors on this campus. Read these and weep about the fact that the semester is now over and you need to study your […]
With Ted Cruz’s confirmation that he’s running in 2016, it’s clear that elections are on the brain. Columbia is clearly following the Texas Senator’s lead with the release of the official candidate list for CCSC, ESC, and GSSC elections. View the list below to see who’s running.