When Health Concerns Could Get You Expelled

In the last two months, over a dozen students have come forward with stories of Columbia University administrators threatening them with disciplinary action for speaking out about — or seeking confidential help for — sexual violence and mental health concerns.

Playlist by Jeevan Farias

by Jeevan Farias Editor’s Note: We are excited to introduce one of our new columnists, Jeevan Farias. Jeevan will be…

An Ode to Self Care: Playlist

by Charlene Adhiambo Editor’s Note: We are excited to introduce one of our new columnists, Charlene Adhiambo. Charlene will be…

Accent-uate

by Patricia Pou Jové ~ Editor’s Note: We’re excited to introduce Patricia Pou Jové as our new columnist. Patricia will be contributing…

Michelle Loo & Bill Nguyen

“I’ve been trying to… stop thinking about the people around me as symbols or theoretical things… but as real people, living breathing people.”

Shezza Abboushi Dallal

“A lot of students have this idea that if a cause doesn’t directly call upon a personal identity, then it’s of no concern to them and they don’t have a personal responsibility to engage with the issue, to educate themselves, to learn more. That’s a really dangerous thing.”