Examining the disparity in funding for athletes and non-athletes at Columbia.
The characteristics of a traditional college community may not apply to Columbia's current culture.
Examining the underlying issues of divestment at Columbia.
When institutions make decisions as corporations, the implications deserve to be debated.
We tend to simplify the causes of our stress into an entity or institution, without examining its complexities.
The EPPC's report on Frontiers does not fully address several concerns which surround a general science course.
The mayoral hopefuls unanimously agreed that they would increase city funding for arts education like music, drama, and visual arts classes in public schools. But most declined to give specifics.
Columbia students and alumni in Morningside Heights and around the world watched on election night in November as Barack Obama, CC ’83, won a second term as president of the United States.
Columbia’s administration saw significant turnover this year, with several deans leaving for positions at other universities and a new dean appointed to lead the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
As she prepares to take over as interim dean of Student Affairs, Terry Martinez is planning a hazing education task force.
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