Elaine Jiang

Mon, Oct 31, 2016, 9:17pm
The rampant crime and violence that plagued Morningside Heights three decades ago has left a shadow over Columbia that few today remember. While the crime and danger have been left in the past, the grit that characterized Columbia then is just as relevant today.
Mon, Oct 10, 2016, 10:25pm
There are a surprising number of academic journals run by undergraduates on campus. Elaine Jiang looks at the value of these publications—they’re there for the students on staff, but what about the journals’ readers?  
Mon, Sep 19, 2016, 10:32pm
The color Pantone 292 is widely known as the Columbia blue. In this feature, a Columbia student investigates the color and unearths the surprising history, full of twists and turns, of the color’s formation and standardization.
Thu, Apr 21, 2016, 12:09am
Recent student protests against the installation of Henry Moore’s Reclining Figure are part of a history of objections to modern designs on Columbia’s classical campus.
Tue, Mar 29, 2016, 8:23pm
For Barnard and Columbia dance majors, the Senior Creative Thesis Dance Concert presents an opportunity to reflect on their four years in one final performance. Four seniors discuss their pieces and the way the project epitomizes the way the Barnard program has allowed them to combine a theoretical...
Tue, Feb 23, 2016, 10:12pm
The pre-med track is notorious for its academic rigor. Navigating its institutional intricacies, however, can be equally tricky.  
Thu, Dec 10, 2015, 6:43am
The work of postwar Italian artist Enrico Baj makes a New York debut at Luxembourg & Dayan, complete with grotesque collages of everything from lords and ladies to home furniture.
Thu, Dec 3, 2015, 3:55am
The Meatpacking District’s Fort Gansevoort displays New York Police Department forensic artist Jason Harvey’s sketch portraits of fictionalized criminals in the new exhibit “Fantasy Composites.”
Fri, Nov 20, 2015, 3:02am
Artist Dylan Spaysky assembles typical Midwestern household objects, like cork, sponges, and old lace into musical instruments and home appliances in a new exhibit on display at SoHo’s Clifton Benevento Gallery.
Wed, Nov 18, 2015, 12:31am
Alumni Jerry Sherwin, CC ’55, and John Tsanas, CC ’81, speak about past incarnations of JJ’s as an on-campus student pub before co-education and the National Minimum Drinking Age Act.