Insight

July 14, 2017

My experience as a Summer Welcome leader

My experience as a Summer Welcome leader

It’s more than just leading student groups and yelling as loud as you can.

July 11, 2017

7 theories for "Game of Thrones" season 7

Jon Snow knows nothing, and neither do we.

July 9, 2017

My Summer of Meat: Observations of  Vegetarian in the Meat Department

My Summer of Meat: Observations of Vegetarian in the Meat Department

Fiona Murphy: “There is a type of humanity I gain from interacting so personally with meat that stretches and strains my empathy towards both animals and the ones eating them.”

June 5, 2017

For the Love of Movies: A Quiet Passion portrays Emily Dickinson with precision

The poetry of 19th century American life is on display in Terence Davies’ latest film

May 7, 2017

Stay organized with MOVE's three tips

Stay organized with MOVE's three tips

Here are the pros and cons of different ways to stay on top of your notes, planning and schoolwork.

May 6, 2017

The Met Gala should return to its artistic roots

It’s become more of a celebrity spectacle than a homage to fashion.

May 3, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Top five concerts of the school year

G#’s Musical Radar: Top five concerts of the school year

Various Columbia venues hosted a slew of great performances.

May 2, 2017

Convenience, caffeine and comfort — the top 10 places to study for finals

Locate your study spot with a perfect blend of light, aura and atmosphere.

May 2, 2017

Millennial Manners: The appropriate ‘goodbye’ for a handful of situations

Columnist Ben Jarzombek concludes the academic year with a lesson in classy goodbyes.

May 1, 2017

Four tips to help you stay motivated during finals week

From studying with new people to listening to new playlists, these tips and tricks will help you stay focused and on-track when it counts.

April 26, 2017

Six books every college student should read

Stimulate your mind with these thought-provoking novels.

April 21, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Top five artists to see at Coachella

G#’s Musical Radar: Top five artists to see at Coachella

Coachella 2017 is full of must-see performances.

April 20, 2017

MOVE’s self-care guide: Taking a break has never been so important

MOVE’s self-care guide: Taking a break has never been so important

With finals on the horizon, it’s important to take the time to focus on yourself.

April 13, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: The Naked and Famous put on an energetic set on March 30

G#’s Musical Radar: The Naked and Famous put on an energetic set on March 30

The opening set for Blink-182 was filled with cutting-edge synths and exuberant indie-pop.

April 12, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Cold War Kids’ ‘L.A. Divine’ is its weakest LP yet

G#’s Musical Radar: Cold War Kids’ ‘L.A. Divine’ is its weakest LP yet

The indie rockers’ hometown tribute boasts a handful of memorable tracks but lacks creativity.

April 12, 2017

Millennial Manners: Culinary prowess and hospitality go hand-in-hand

Millennial Manners: Culinary prowess and hospitality go hand-in-hand

Columnist Ben Jarzombek explains why it’s worth knowing how to cook a good meal.

April 11, 2017

The five best Food Network shows you should be watching

The five best Food Network shows you should be watching

Thanks to “Iron Chef,” the network’s competition shows have brought life to televised cooking.

April 9, 2017

For the Love of Movies: ‘Raw’ awes, insults and disappoints

For the Love of Movies: ‘Raw’ awes, insults and disappoints

Director Julia Ducournau fashioned a film that gives more than required.

April 7, 2017

The Deal With Documentaries: ‘Spring Broke’ shares the history of a famously reckless vacation

The Deal With Documentaries: ‘Spring Broke’ shares the history of a famously reckless vacation

The 2016 documentary shows the rise and fall of two of the most popular spring break destinations.

April 4, 2017

 For the Love of Movies: Céline Sciamma’s work extends beyond her role as a director

For the Love of Movies: Céline Sciamma’s work extends beyond her role as a director

The insightfulness of “My Life as a Zucchini” is nothing new for writer-director Céline Sciamma.