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An independent student newspaper serving Columbia University and the MoHi/West Harlem communities since 1877. | | |
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Columbia Spectator Feb 18
Over the course of his 20-year tenure as GS dean, Awn guided thousands of students through a crucial juncture of their lives, and for many, often years beyond.
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Columbia Spectator Feb 13
Replying to @julianahyekim
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Columbia Spectator Feb 1
Even with the largest public commitment to faculty diversity in the Ivy League, Columbia’s push to diversify is coming at a cost.
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Columbia Spectator Jan 31
SPONSORED: The Infamous Bistro, a new contemporary restaurant and bar on 110th and Amsterdam now open! Happy hour every from 4-6pm with $6 beer and wine
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Columbia Spectator Jan 23
Artopolis will ditch its Greek baked goods for a revamped selection of breakfast staples including omelettes, bagels, and scones.
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Columbia Spectator Jan 21
“The real issues in America do not belong to a political party, they are baked into our culture” - in conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates during an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. in
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Columbia Spectator Jan 7
“I have no doubt that Gorsuch is going to reverse Roe v. Wade. So what do we do? Protect ourselves,” Cuomo said.
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Columbia Spectator Jan 7
and spoke at this morning to discuss reproductive rights in New York and call for the codification of abortion rights in New York State law.
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Columbia Spectator Dec 31
The report claims to reveal failing and discriminatory practices in each of the Ivy League schools’ mental health policies.
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Columbia Spectator Dec 18
According to an email sent to Carman residents this morning, the situation was “addressed with the residents impacted in the moment.”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
Students dance and sing as the band ends their performance with the Alma Mater.
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
The band plays “All of the Whites,” aka “All of the Lights” by Kanye West.
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
“What we in the band don’t understand is why the world is so shocked...learning about people of color is relegated to the Global Core, where you can take classes like Tan Whites of Europe, the Irish Were Slaves Too, or An Inquiry into Ariana Grande’s Ethnicity.”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
“Across the street, Barnard opted to actually listen to what their students have been saying for years and finally banned a CC boy from campus.” Students cheer.
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
“But don’t worry, you don’t have to wait for your office to get vandalized: Columbia will bring the white supremacy right to you! This past weekend, a CC sophomore decided to get some late-night exercise by goose-stepping his White Man’s Burden across College Walk.”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
“...There is a $5000 dollar reward for any information on the crime, which is enough money to buy a copy of The Diary of Anne Frank for every Columbia student who doesn’t think anti-Semitism is still a problem.”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
Next topic: “This semester, anti-Semitism struck Teachers College, sending shockwaves through the Columbia community when they remembered that Teachers College actually exists...”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
Citing low turnout to the Barnard Aramark protest, the band says “Barnard’s overachieving sister NYU also staged a protest against Aramark, and theirs actually worked..if other schools are better than us at protests, what do we even have left?...high depression rates?”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
“Now that Hewitt has an A rating, Barnard students have decided they want a strong, independent dining system that doesn’t need no prison industrial complex.”
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Columbia Spectator Dec 13
Replying to @ColumbiaSpec
In reference to Barnard dorms’ heating problems this summer, the band quips: “Freshmen were hospitalized because of the heat on the first day of NSOP...Admin took a look at all their grassroots effort, shrugged, and said: ‘Let them eat celery.’”
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