Eye Drop: Highlights from this week’s magazine
It looks like Alma Mater is entering the digital age. In this week’s lead, Sammy Roth examines the growing role of online education at Columbia. [Lead]
Richer, thicker, low-fat—Greek yogurt has climbed to top of the dairy snack charts. Gabrielle Noone takes a look at the Mediterranean yogurt craze that has recently swept Manhattan. [Food and Drink]
Has Nicki Minaj gone political on us? Nah, she was just playing around. Monica Carty discusses Nicki’s “endorsement” of Romney and her tendency to give us the unexpected. [20/20]
Who gives a sh*t about lit mags? Meredith Moore answers this question in her examination of the literary magazine, and its necessary but evil online counterpart, the blog. [Ideas]
Professor Richard Briffault is a professor at Columbia Law School who specializes in campaign finance and election laws. The Eye talked to Briffault about his plan, how it would affect students, and additional problems with the 2012 presidential campaign. [Interview]
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