States of dependence By Glyn Vincent
As a limited resource shrinks in the face of ever-growing demand, Americans find themselves in a sticky situation. Can we survive our addiction to oil?
Harlem on a Roll By Paul Hond
With the rate of Harlem’s gentrification outpacing services, entrepreneur Sharon Joseph spared no expense in striking a positive note for her community: She opened a bowling center.
Trilling’s Journey Resumed
Columbia is pleased to present a chapter of Lionel Trilling’s unfinished novel, newly discovered by Geraldine Murphy and to be published by Columbia University Press.
Who Will Tell Amelia? By Erica Westly A child is born with HIV, but her parents don’t want to tell her. What should a physician do?