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Inaccessible admissions: While Columbia touts a commitment to socio-economic diversity, interviews with students and guidance counselors from over 40 New York City schools reveal that there is still work to be done when reaching out to and convincing low-income and first-generation students that Columbia is a place for them.


Late registration: Interviews with over two dozen GS students have shown that registration time for GS students is often random, forcing GS students who already have full-time responsibilities to rearrange their lives around their class schedules.


Postdoc pressure: Following a favorable ruling by the National Labor Relations Board, postdoctoral students at Columbia will now be able to form the first certified postdoctoral union at a private university.



Hello, Goodbye: In her first column, Katie Santamaria argues that students should make more of an effort to break the social barrier that stops us from interacting with strangers.


The Big Tent: Conflict within liberal groups on campus has risen in response to CUCR’s speakers, but Noah Kulick in this column argues that maybe these groups need to listen to each other.


Power Dynamics and Dean Harford: In this op-ed, Opinion section trainee Arielle Isack recounts the complexities of her close relationship with recently fired GS Dean Tom Harford and pleads with readers to consider the humanity of victims of sexual misconduct.


Mold, washing machines, and mayhem: In its first staff editorial of the new semester, Spectator’s 142nd editorial board expresses its outrage at Housing’s multitude of mistakes and implores them to do better.


Imagine Me and You: In this Love, Actualized, associate editorial page editor Kyra Dawkins recounts her struggles with racial identity and worldview as she fell in love with a friend.




Supreme onscreen: The Law School honored the battle of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Law ’59, against gender discrimination with a screening of the documentary “RBG.” It was accompanied by a panel featuring the film’s director and producer, along with RBG’s daughter and granddaughter.




New QB? After a surprise injury, football’s head coach Al Bagnoli will hope to find a permanent solution at quarterback.


The weekend ahead: Football heads to Georgetown looking to improve to 2-0 on the season for the second straight year.


Out for the season: Star wide receiver Josh Wainwright suffered a torn ACL and will miss the rest of the season as he recovers from the injury.

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