Identity is not authority.
Why multitasking is not the move.
Professor Suzanne Goldberg advocates her Sexual Respect Initiative as a means of increasing sexual respect on campus.
A student at the School of Social Work discusses being a “harmed person” and her journey to becoming a “boss person”.
Historically, Columbia has treated its graduate students fairly and paid them a living wage, making it unclear whether unions have a place on campus.
College athletics can be a unifying and uplifting experience for athletes and spectators alike, and Columbians have a lot to gain from it.
Spectator's editorial board weighs in on the recent Columbia Divest for Climate Justice sit-in inside Low Library.
Spectator's editorial board endorses candidates for the Barnard Student Government Association elections.
Spectator's editorial board endorses candidates for the 2016 General Studies Student Council elections.
Spectator's 140th editorial board endorses candidates for the 2016 Columbia College Student Council, Engineering Student Council, and University Senate elections.
What is the role of an active listener on campus?
How Columbians experience drugs.
What is the “War on Fun” at Columbia?
A call to “ban the box” in Columbia admission applications.
The administration shouldn't be biased in its advice to faculty.
UWriting gives SEAS students a learning opportunity that is otherwise not afforded to them.
“I'll be 81 next month and have had many years to reflect upon the decisions I've made in my life. The long and short of it is, don't ever let your parents or anyone else for that matter steer you from what you really want to do in life.”
Despite Public Safety’s recent changes to this year’s Bacchanal crowd configuration, students in the audience will still feel like caged animals.
The artist is a Barnard College sophomore majoring in political science. She is the SGA Representative for College Relations, a coordinator and volunteer for Artists Reaching Out, and an editorial cartoonist for Spectator.