Still trying to find a new approach to study for your exams? Well after the last set of videos, take a look at these and maybe you’ll be able to learn something. More »
While taking a nap here or there is a necessity, not looking at your textbook for five minutes and clearing your mind is far more important. So take a look at these videos, and, while clearing your head, you might learn a thing or two.
Chemistry W1500: General Chemistry Laboratory
Religion 83315: Religion & Social Organ
Trying to get in another power nap before you cram for your art history final? Well, while sleeping is important, eating is far more important. Now, I know some of us actually want to eat healthy to help with brain function and productivity. But some of us just love to eat. So here’s a way to take the good and add something we all like to eat. More »
It’s late. You’re up. This is the last Thursday before finals start so don’t spend it in Butler people. More »
Wondering what you spent your money on this semester? Well, here’s a quick roundup of how this semester went as designed by Margaret Boykin and Ashton Cooper and illustrated by Cathi Choi. And yes, you probably did drink that much coffee.
Barnard has a twitter! Well, to be exact, the Magnolia tree on Lehman Lawn has a twitter. Interested in who it’s following? Well, President Lee Bollinger, Spec, and Bwog are all on the list. Tweeting about anything tree related, and whatever exciting might happen under the tree, BCMagnolia Tree is sure to keep you in the know.
First-year engineers in SEAS will have a major change to Gateway Lab in order to be introduced to a wider range of engineering material. [News]
Columbia Outreach celebrated its 30-year anniversary in President Lee Bollinger’s garden, discussing the changes that have happened and the challenges the organization continues to face. [News]
Stephanie Chou, CC ’09, uses her degree in a nontraditional way by incorporating math theory in her jazz music. [A&E]
Alexandra Katz reminisces about her college experience and wonders what the future will hold after graduation. [Opinion]
While most of us are happily (or unhappily) set with housing for next year, there remain 111 students on Barnard Housing’s “guaranteed waitlist.” These students either voluntarily signed up for the waitlist because they didn’t want to pick housing from what was available at their appointment times, or signed up because there were no available rooms. More »
It’s late. You’re up. We have a little over a week left of school. Go do something crazy. More »
Columbia attempts to tackle the issue of “globalization,” but can’t decide on the right way to address global expansion. [News]
Residents living on 135th between Amsterdam and Broadway hope to raise money to plant trees on their uninviting block. [News]
Esfandyar Batmanghelidj questions how we live life only worrying about how the odds are stacked up against us. If disaster strikes, what will we do then? [Opinion]
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, students viewed a documentary on sex trafficking in New York City, which encouraged student awareness on this issue. [A&E]