April 16, 2:09 AM

Twelve first years from Columbia College, the School of General Studies, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences were awarded Presidential Global Fellowships last week, and will head to places ranging from the Brazilian rainforest to Venice, Italy.

News

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April 16, 2:09 AM

Twelve first years from Columbia College, the School of General Studies, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences were awarded Presidential Global Fellowships last week, and will head to places ranging from the Brazilian rainforest to Venice, Italy.

April 16, 1:40 AM

This year, WHDC will give $219,000 to ReServe’s Summer Seniors Employment Program, providing 100 seniors over the age of 55 with 10-week work placements throughout the city.

April 16, 1:46 AM

Columbia University Information Technology is working on a new course evaluation platform that aims to make it easier for departments to release results to the student body.

April 16, 1:34 AM

A 24th Precinct police officer who was seriously injured in a car accident while on duty in 2006 has been granted the entirety of the $11,263,944 he was initially awarded by the New York Supreme Court for damages from the city, according to court records.

Arts & Entertainment

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April 15, 2:19 AM
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The newest restaurant on Amsterdam offers a diverse variety of foods at a student-friendly price.

April 15, 2:17 AM

MFA students will perform "A Bright Room Called Day," by Tony Kushner, CC '78, as part of a theater direction senior thesis project.

April 15, 2:14 AM
Author Paul Shaw will speak on Wednesday about Philip Grushkin’s contributions to graphic design.
April 11, 5:46 AM
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A new production at The Flea Theater is retelling the story of the Bible, start to finish, in a six-hour epic undertaking.

Sports

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April 15, 11:06 PM

It’s off to the United Arab Emirates this week for one skilled first-year.

April 15, 10:40 PM

The baseball team was supposed to travel to St. John’s last week, but after the game was rained out, will instead host the Red Storm on Wednesday.

April 15, 10:50 PM

Last weekend was a reminder of how good Columbia baseball can be.

April 15, 10:18 PM

The lacrosse teams has a very tough final nonconference test.

Multimedia

April 16, 3:01 AM
“Passing Strange” costume desginer, Becca Guthrie, BC ’16, shares her vision for the look of the upcoming show and gives colorful sneak peek at some of the costume pieces audience members will see next week.

The Eye

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April 10, 3:24 AM
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This week’s lead story challenges the homogenizing stereotypes that Asian-American students face at Columbia, and investigates the lasting effects thereof.

April 9, 11:45 PM
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Dan Garisto, Spectator opinion editor, reflects on witnessing homelessness in the city and feeling unable to help.

April 9, 11:27 PM

A programmer lies curled in a ball on the floor of a public bathroom, feverishly repeating, “I’m making the world a better place.”

This is just a taste of the satire directed at startup culture in Mike Judge’s new HBO show, Silicon Valley, which premiered on April 6. The show