Cancer affects every American, whether directly or indirectly. But some regions of the country are more hard-hit than others. Stacker used CDC data on the incident rates of cancer in every state to examine how this disease is impacting the nation.
Every spring, Bwog publishes a series of “Senior Wisdoms,” short interviews with a few notable seniors from the graduating class; this is Betsy’s.
Students from Matt Palmer’s Herpetology class traveled to the New Jersey Pine Barrens on an overnight trip to observe amphibians and reptiles in their natural habitats. Betsy and two classmates documented the trip in haikus.
Betsy Ladyzhets’ towels have not been fully dry for several days.
Betsy reviews a Columbia student production of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot.
Betsy shares advice on writing and revising academic papers, gained from her three years as a Barnard Writing Fellow.
A short letter from Betsy to some stressed-out Barnard first-year pre-med students.
The ArchaeoEcology Project, an interdisciplinary collaboration of archaeologists, geologists, ecologists, and cultural anthropologists, aims to increase understanding of humans’ place in ecosystems around the globe. Betsy reports from the project’s panels at the 2019 AAAS Annual Meeting.
To find out where in America the government has made it most costly to drink beer, Stacker dove into data from the Tax Foundation.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger and Provost John Coatsworth announced that the university is willing to negotiate with the Graduate Workers of Columbia (GWC) and Columbia Postdoctoral Workers (CPW) unions.