Nine years later, just 1 percent of Columbia’s $10 million commitment to affordable housing has been spent
Outside the West Harlem Development Corporation’s office, which sits on 127th Street between Morningside and Amsterdam Avenue, is a parking lot.
The day that Gene Schafer happened to pass by his old business on 646 W. 131st St., a small bulldozer was clearing debris on what used to be the black rubber floors of his fitness center, ARC Athletics....
For our orientation issue, we’d like to present you with some Blinks: small anecdotes from our staff members. This time around, we’re looking back to our most memorable NSOP experiences in honor of the end of everyone’s favorite week of the year....
It’s difficult to find unless you’re actively looking for it. Tucked away in the basement of Milbank Hall is a tiny office, responsible for the admission and academic success of over 500 students over the past 47 years, most of whom wouldn’t have been able to afford and attend Barnard without the help of the program that operates out of it: HEOP....
Stress culture is arguably the biggest issue at Columbia. Although stress is common among students and often produces the most liked memes, it’s important to take a minute and evaluate your lifestyle to determine if it’s something more serious. Here are scenarios to consider and assess how you respond....