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.
NASA’s Kimberly Arkand headlined this semester’s last event in the Astronomy Department’s Public Outreach series. In her lecture, she tackled the question of how we visualize something as humongous and invisible as a supernova. In Pupin 301, Arkand began her speech by telling us a bit about herself. While she started out interested in biology, she […]
On Thursday night, members of the Columbia/Barnard community gathered at the Barnard gates to participate in Take Back the Night, an annual demonstration against sexual violence. Zachary Hendrickson was humbled to march along as an ally. “With rage we march, and with strength we speak.” This year’s rally started off a little later than intended, […]
McAC is offering free food on the second floor of the Diana center until 2 pm as part of their Fun with Folders program. Help put together activity folders for kids at a local YMCA After-School Program; that’s right, you can satisfy your hunger and make a difference in the community simultaneously. No word on the exact contents […]
David Letterman reveals his being victim of a $2 million extortion attempt—after having been sexually involved with several female members of his staff! The number of entries in Letterman’s Top 10 List of Extortion Attempts has just increased—to one entry! Columbia climate experts have let Global Warming off the hook, attributing the recent Southeast drought […]
If you’re still in the neighborhood, you have approximate five hours to say goodbye to Morningside Books, which closes tonight at midnight. The New York Times spent some time at the store recently, and yesterday detailed both the store’s lively final days, and its financial struggles, along with a slideshow. Many neighborhood residents talked about […]