February 23, 1:06 AM
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Columbia College Student Council is preparing to vote on whether to propose to extend the Columbia College drop deadline from five weeks into the semester to seven weeks into the semester. The initiative is a continuation of a push from last year’s council to obtain an extension.

 

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February 23, 1:06 AM
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Columbia College Student Council is preparing to vote on whether to propose to extend the Columbia College drop deadline from five weeks into the semester to seven weeks into the semester. The initiative is a continuation of a push from last year’s council to obtain an extension.

 
February 22, 10:37 PM
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Kromm said that she wanted to wait before hiring a new director of Residential Life, and increase collaboration among the three offices within Undergraduate Student Life.

 
February 20, 12:20 AM
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Gamma Phi Beta—which was chartered at Barnard from 1901 until 1915—began its formal recruitment process Thursday and will formally induct its first class of members on Sunday night.

February 19, 4:31 AM

The Activities Board at Columbia has changed its approach to funding student groups with the intention of greater transparency and more efficient allocation of funds.

Arts & Entertainment

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February 20, 1:15 AM

This Saturday, KCST will produce its 10th annual Egg and Peacock Festival, a playwriting fest in which groups write and perform plays in 24 straight hours.

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February 20, 1:56 AM
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One of the most anticipated cultural events on campus, the Varsity Show previews promising snippets from some of the musical numbers featured in the 121st edition of the show, coming this May....

February 11, 12:52 AM

Colm Tóibín, an English professor at Columbia, has recently been shortlisted for a Folio Prize for his eighth and latest novel, “Nora Webster.” Tóibín sat down with Spectator about the process of...

February 18, 11:00 PM
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Chalait, Manhattan’s first matcha bar, is a relaxing spot that features a variety of matcha-infused beverages and brunch foods.

Sports

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February 22, 9:56 AM
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After retiring from Penn at the end of the 2014 season, Bagnoli will lead the Light Blue into the 2015 season.

February 22, 11:49 PM

Men’s squash beats Yale, before losing to Trinity and Harvard to earn fourth place.

February 22, 11:13 PM

In their first home match, the No. 11 Lions topped the No. 14 Red Storm, 6-1.

 
February 22, 11:27 PM

Columbia women’s swimming and diving team edged Brown for fifth place at Ivy Championships.

 

Multimedia

December 7, 11:19 PM
Orli Matlow, GS JTS '15, sneaks through Butler Library to find out how students are preparing for finals.

The Eye

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February 18, 6:07 AM

We all know that dorm pride deteriorates from NSOP to senior year, but how does this affect Columbia’s sense of community?

February 18, 4:56 AM
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Teach for America recruits aim to solve education inequality, but its methods are not without opponents.

February 18, 4:35 AM
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Columbia undergraduates overcome housing horror stories with humor.

February 18, 4:23 AM

In this week's photo essay, The Eye's lense catches students in the midst of their dinner.