The Columbia Political Review is the magazine of the Columbia Political Union, a multi-partisan, undergraduate student organization seeking to enhance involvement in the political process and to foster political discourse. As a multi-partisan organization, CPR does not endorse the ideas contained within its pages or on its website, although it is dedicated to presenting unique vantages on political situations, cast through the Columbia and collegiate lenses.
The Review includes everything from movie and book reviews with a political slant to in-depth features on politics ranging from the local to the global.
All content is generated by students at Columbia University, although commentary is provided in print and online by our sister publications through the Alliance of College Editors, helping to transform CPR into a prominent voice in the national political conversation.
While the Review embraces the usual political journal fanfare, we also provide web-only content. We deliver podcasts, video summaries of CPU-sponsored lectures, audiofiles of the CPR series of professor interviews, as well as regular web only feature articles. We also interact with our sister-site, CubPub.org, the official political blog of the Columbia Political Union.
The Review welcomes letters to the editor. They should be sent to email@example.com. Letters for publication must include the author’s name, contact information, and Columbia affiliation. The Review reserves the right to edit content.