“Repetition” is the snide title of Bwog’s Feb. 19 edition of QuickSpec, a daily review of the contents of Spectator. Yes, it is true. Spectator did have quite a bit of repetitive material that Thursday. So kudos goes to Bwog for a humorous post and caustic jab at Spec.
Wall Street collapsed, and the media should have lucked out. The financial crisis was great fodder for exciting news coverage—the entire planet tuned in to watch global stock exchanges play worldwide limbo, and as the U.S.
For an international student like me, there is no place like Columbia. Harvard sits atop the U.S. News and World Report rankings, Georgetown has an impressive international relations program, and Oxbridge costs significantly less than 50,000 dollars a year, but none of that really matters.
In case anyone had any doubt, the contagiousness of our current economic crisis has made it painfully clear how integrated our global neighborhood is. It doesn’t make much sense, though, that we can’t all speak about this world-embracing problem in the same language—literally.
Well, all you prospective class of 2013ers without a perfect 2400 SAT score, rejoice! Dean William Fitzsimmons of Harvard University Admissions and Financial Aid has said that Harvard may one day make the SAT and other standardized testing optional.
So Earth’s Major Cultures are now its Global Core. And this means what, exactly?
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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