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At a crossroads: The future of GS
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No progress on policies to decrease CC, GS course load one year after approval

A CC and GS policy allowing students to double count courses was approved almost a year ago. Why hasn't it been implemented yet?
At a crossroads: The future of GS

Does the lack of funding for financial aid prevent GS students from taking full advantage of the Ivy League education?
New strategic vision for SEAS aims to emphasize engineering’s real-world impact

“What we’ve come to acknowledge and see is that we really focus on many key areas that have an impact on meeting human needs across the world.”—SEAS Dean Mary Boyce
Research initiative on sexual health at Columbia complete after two years

“Our findings point to the importance of prevention that encompasses policy changes at the institutional level, as well as interventions targeted at group dynamics and individual attitudes.”—Principal Investigator Dr. Jennifer Hirsch
Barnard Greek Games to return after four years

The first cancellation of the Barnard Greek Games happened in 1968 due to protests against the Vietnam War. This year marks the fourth attempt at their revival.

The making of the mystery: Producing the Varsity Show

“While a lot of Varsity Shows have the message of convincing the faculty of one thing so they’ll change it, we want to let people know that they can use their voice.”—Director Kyle Marshall, CC ’17
LOVE, ACTUALIZED: A tale of two hookup cultures

"We haven’t ruined love. What millennials have done is affirm our erotic development. You cannot love someone else until you know and love yourself."
COLUMN: To Carman 7, from your RA

"Sophomore year was probably the loneliest year of my time in college. And this is why I am writing this to you."
COLUMN: Our secrets make us strangers

"As long as we deem it necessary to project perfection, no administrative policies, no on-campus concerts or inflatable jungle-gyms in front of Butler Library, will have any lasting effect."
COLUMN: Judging the Core, judging ourselves

"The Core pushes you to question who you are and what you believe in."
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