Pomp and Reduced Circumstance
By Daniel Sorid
Five recent graduates navigate the worst job market since 1982, with a little help from their friends.
The Secret Sharer
By Paul Hond
Tracking terrorists. Assessing threats. Connecting dots. Mike Leiter ’91CC, director of the National Counterterrorism Center, is on the case.
Expectations Great and Small:
A Short Story
By Binnie Kirshenbaum
A new bride meets a member of the family.
Can We Talk About Overpopulation?
By David J. Craig
The idea of managing birthrates has always been fraught with political and moral peril, often stifling debate. Columbia academics weigh in on a reemerging controversy.
Letters to the editor
In the City of New York
Stanford psychologist Claude M. Steele
Columbia chooses Peña-Mora as
dean of engineering
Kofi Annan among new Global Fellows
Rulers of law
A global reach
Science, Medicine, Technology
Getting to the bottom of depression
He Gets Carried Away