Start Searching Today!

Type a URL to search registration information about any website

columbiaspectator Sign Up Information

Last Updated:
5/5/2020 2
Site Encrypted:
Yes
Site Category:
Email Verified:
6/100
Data Held

Email Address

 Email

Post-Registration Data

We are still gathering data about this website

Validation

This site did not show evidence of storing passwords in plaintext.

This site does allow secured connections (https)

This site did show a clear way to unsubscribe from their emails

This site does verify your email address.

Membership Emails

Below is a sample of the emails you can expect to receive when signed up to columbiaspectator.

Today's weather: The high is 66 degrees and the low is 53 degrees. It will be sunny.
You're reading the Wake Up Call, Spectator's daily briefing on campus news, discourse, arts, and sports. Here's what you need to know today:
The cheerleading squad kept the fans in high spirits throughout the Homecoming football game.

NEWS

Classroom consultants: Columbia’s Center for Teaching and Learning recently created a new undergraduate consultant position to facilitate better student-faculty communication and work towards creating inclusive teaching environments.

Catholicism in conversation: In response to the Columbia Catholic Ministry promoting an event with the Eden Invitation, which does not affirm LGBTQ identities and relationships, students hosted a discussion around the relationship between LGBTQ Catholics and the Church.

PHOTO

PHOTO ESSAY: Were you stuck in Butler during Homecoming? See what you missed through the eyes of Spec photographers. 

SPORTS

Across state lines: The Lions tested themselves against two sets of opponents as the cross country team attempted to hammer out its roster for Ivy League Heps.

Who’s the queen of the jungle?: The Lions tied 1-1 with the Tigers in a double-overtime thriller.

Déjà vu in defeat: Men’s soccer fell again to the Tigers, mimicking last season’s score of 2-1.

Overtime is the only time: Columbia field hockey beat out Penn 6-5 in a dramatic overtime win on Friday but then lost 1-2 in shootouts to No. 23 Monmouth on Saturday.

OPINION

Keeping Halal: In this week’s satire column, Venice Ohleyer, CC ’21, tackles performative allyship … in the dining halls. 

On the other side of the dual (B.A.): In this LTE, Thu Phuong To, GS ’21, argues that the supportiveness of Sciences Po can only be accurately evaluated with respect to its broader educational context.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The restitution debate: Bénédicte Savoy and Felwine Sarr discussed their report “The Restitution of African Cultural Heritage” in an all-day symposium at the Italian Academy.

The garden of earthly desires: Columbia’s Miller Theatre premiered composer Hannah Lash’s opera “Desire” on Wednesday and Thursday. The opera “is more about the idea that anyone endeavoring to do something challenging or to create something or to explore needs to confront what the idea of doubt means,” Lash said. 

Knockout Kennedy: Director Alice Reagan juxtaposed three different short plays—Adrienne Kennedy’s “Funnyhouse of a Negro” and “A Movie Star Has to Star in Black and White,” with an entr’acte “Various Pre-Apocalyptic Postcoital Scenes” by Jackie Sibblies Drury—to create a single production from Oct. 17 to 19 at the Glicker-Milstein Theatre. Read the review here.

SPECTRUM

A toast to avocado toast: Or, how I found love in the city that never sleeps with the same person twice.

Boo! Read about these 12 Halloween costumes inspired by what scares us all the most: Columbia.

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Copyright © 2019 Spectator Publishing Company, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email because of your account on the Columbia Spectator website.

Our mailing address is:
Spectator Publishing Company
490 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10027

Add us to your address book


Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.