Posts Tagged ‘nuriel moghavem’
To count down the remaining days of the 2011 semester, we’re rolling out a series of videos, collectively called Senior Spotlights, featuring some chill seniors. Next up is Nuriel Moghavem, co-writer of this year’s Varsity Show, former COOP leader, former Spectator Opinion blogger and columnist, and former CCSC VP Funding. He did a lot of stuff.
Interview conducted by Grace Bickers.
They say that big events come in threes. 1971 brought the deaths of Hendrix, Joplin, and Morrison in quick succession. My freshman year had Ahmadinejad, hate crimes, and hunger strikers. This morning I was out of milk, eggs, and beer. More »
Today we present the sixth installment of BloggerHeads, a weekly feature in which our bloggers sit down to debate or discuss an important issue at Columbia.
It’s December, we’re still recovering from our Thanksgiving turkey comas, and finals are almost upon us. It’s time to relax for a moment. So this week, we asked Nuriel Moghavem and Neil FitzPatrick who would win Columbia Celebrity Deathmatch. More »
Well, here we are. Having sampled some of the best (and, memorably, worst) of Columbia’s restrooms over the past semester, the time has come to add it all up. Obviously, not every bathroom on our fair campus was profiled, but we sought out the cream of the crop and chronicled. Now, which latrine will reign supreme? More »
This is the fifth post in the series “My Bucket of Crap List.” Check back each week as Nuriel flushes out the truth on Columbia’s lavatories.
Sometimes you just have to go. And if you’re on Low Steps (or, really, anywhere in the middle of south campus) when that time comes, you’re in a bind. Though today’s weather makes it easy to forget, the steps are the best part of campus. But there is simply no convenient bathroom near them. Even the bathroom in Low (The Marble Palace) is a bit of a trek to find. More »
One of my life aspirations is to learn to shave like a 19th century English gentleman. This week, I took a giant leap in that direction.
I have extremely sensitive facial skin. I usually cover up the various rashes I get around my jawbone (caused usually by razor burn, a slight berry allergy and stress) by just growing out my facial hair a bit. This comes pretty easily to me, as, beard-wise, I can go from Frank Sinatra to Frank Zappa in under 24 hours. More »
Today we present the third installment of BloggerHeads, a weekly feature in which our bloggers sit down to debate or discuss an important issue at Columbia.
On Monday, Barnard’s Student Government Association announced it will poll Barnard students to gauge their support for formal recognition of sororities. With this latest development in what has been a longstanding debate, this week, we asked Alexandra Katz and Nuriel Moghavem if Barnard should recognize sororities. More »