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.
Betsy attended the first event of the Columbia Jewish Israeli Film Club: a screening of ‘The Band’s Visit’ and conversation with Sasson Gabai.
Stacker investigated the gap between science and culture to compile 30 of the most common now-disproven scientific hypotheses that many Americans still believe today.
To get a more complete picture of women’s health in every state, Stacker calculated an index using data from the Kaiser Family Foundation’s State Profiles for Women’s Health and CDC data.
Betsy reviews NOMADS’ “The Other Side,” a new original musical by Eden Gordon (BC ’19).