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  1. Hit the town without hitting the ATMRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Columbia Spectator

    The struggle between wanting to ask out that hottie in your Lit Hum class while not wanting to send your bank account into the negatives is very real. If you've spent one too many date nights at JJ's Place, check out these free alternatives that'll have you impressing your honey without spending all your money.


  2. Concerned residents push back against JTS, UTS plans to sell property to developersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | Columbia Spectator

    Local residents and Union Theological Seminary students are concerned that large expanses of their neighborhood once owned by Jewish and Union Theological Seminaries will soon be congested by towering condominiums. In need of resources to fund significant campus renovations, both institutions have made the decision to sell their air rights to developers looking to build condominium complexes.


  3. The New NormalRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Columbia Spectator

    As a rule, I do all my course reading. It's an ego thing. In fact, I will proudly say that I have only skipped one reading assignment this year: the New Testament.


  4. little anna, big apple: Anna met The MetRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2016 | Columbia Spectator

    Ahh, New York City: the mecca of culture and art. Sometimes it can be easy to forget we even live here, when we become trapped in the MoHi bubble of Koronet Pizza, ButCaf sushi, and over-priced, e.coli-ridden Chipotle bowls.


  5. 5 restaurants for the last 5 days of NYC Restaurant WeekRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2016 | Columbia Spectator

    For a limited time only, this event gives you the chance to enjoy a 3-course meal at some of the city's hottest restaurants for less than $40! There are literally hundreds of restaurants to choose from all over Manhattan, and picking a place can be quite overwhelming. Especially when all Lunch combos are $25 and all Dinner combos are $38.


  6. Matrix: Check out these lesser-known art galleries for student workRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | Columbia Spectator

    Tired of the artistic canon? Try these art galleries, which showcase student work or lesser-known artists in a university setting for something a little out of the mainstream. 601 West 26th St. Free and open to the public Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wheelchair accessible The Chelsea location of the School of Visual Art's Gallery comprises four state-of-the-art galleries and a large terrace, from which Lower Manhattan and the Hudson River can be seen.


  7. Columbia celebrates completion of David N. Dinkins Archives honoring former mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2015 | Columbia Spectator

    The Columbia University Libraries celebrated the completion of the David N. Dinkins Archives and Oral History Project on Thursday night with a reception celebrating the legacy of New York City's first African-American mayor. CUL launched the archives 13 years ago, curating a collection of Dinkins' personal and professional papers and correspondence.


  8. 'Clean Slate' event offers amnesty from minor offenses to Harlem residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2015 | Columbia Spectator

    An event in Harlem last weekend offered locals a chance to receive free legal help and clear minor offenses from their records. Harlem residents who had been summoned to court for small offenses like littering or disorderly conduct had a chance to clear their records at an event last Saturday, which organizers said would prevent minor summonses from ruining offenders' job prospects or causing their arrests.


  9. Upper Manhattan tenants say landlord's desire to increase rents is behind slow repairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2015 | Columbia Spectator

    Tenants of a Fort George apartment complex say they have not had consistent hot water for the past 10 days because their landlord and building managers are withholding repairs to intimidate them into leaving. Most units in 108 Ellwood Street - a 26-unit complex that houses one Columbia graduate student - are rent-stabilized, so only a 2 percent increase is allowed each time a two-year lease is renewed.


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