Throughout its “storied history,” Columbia University has stood at the forefront of national student movements. At each turn, Spectator was there to platform the voices of both activists and their ...
The Columbia Law Review administrative board of student editors voted on Thursday to begin a strike, according to documents obtained by Spectator. The motion passed with 20 votes in favor, five ...
Editor’s note: This op-ed deals with topics of violence.
Thirteen years removed from landing at Ellis Island as a refugee of the Holocaust, I arrived at Columbia University as part of a large cohort of New York City Jews. Seven college and law school years ...
Voicer-over: West Harlem has always been a haven for creative expression, boasting an array of arts-based organizations and community centers. With nonprofits in particular, outside funding and ...
Columbia will hire a “Safe Passage Liaison” and maintain a 24/7 Public Safety escort program as part of its Tuesday settlement of a class action lawsuit, filed by a Jewish student in late April in ...
This is a developing story. Check back for updates. The “Revolt for Rafah” encampment continued into its second day on ...
Hundreds of graduates, faculty, and community members gathered on Thursday at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine for “The People’s Graduation,” a ceremony organized by an independent group of ...