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SpecDaily: At Columbia, activist Shaun King calls on students to combat racism, police brutality

Emmy-winning alums talk about their documentary hit series
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At Columbia, activist Shaun King calls on students to combat racism, police brutality


"Sometimes the quality of humanity goes up, and sometimes it goes down, but I honestly believe that we are in a dip."—Shaun King 

Barnard student council to host town hall with Presidential Task Force to examine divestment

Students will have one last chance to talk to the task force about divestment before the group submits their report to the board of trustees. 

Emmy-winning Columbia alums talk about their hit series "Making a Murderer"

Moira Demos, SoA '08, and Laura Ricciardi, SoA '07, are the creators of four-time Emmy Award-winning documentary series.

COLUMN: A bridge to who-cares-where

"Here at Columbia, the at-times overwhelming preoccupation with the destination can be a bit stressful, soulless, and vaguely meretricious."

THE EYE: The Columbia University Marching Band: A Politically Charged Legacy

While the marching band has not become any less politically motivated in the past few decades, it has gotten better at avoiding scandal. 

THE EYE: The unchanging faces of Columbia College Student Council

Why do we see the same faces in CCSC year after year? 

OP-ED: Don't throw away your vote

The Columbia Political Union executive board urges fellow students to register and vote.

Modern-day perspective through ancient political satire

Trump defeats Clinton in an alumna's new glam rock musical.


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