CUPAL launches a new pilot program for campus theater auditions and scheduling that it hopes will bring the Columbia theater community together.
With a diverse lineup of films, Barnard administrators hope that the festival will encourage more filmmakers to explore complex and controversial themes.
The seven proposals the city has received for its engineering campus competition vary in location, size, cost, and vision.
Columbia has already paid $3.55 million to the Local Development Corporation, but the development corporation still lacks the organization to disperse those funds—and Borough President Scott Stringer is saying enough is enough.
However, of the seven proposals, only three plan to use space on Roosevelt or Governors Islands.
However, of the seven proposals, only three plan to use space on Roosevelt or Governors Islands, the land that the city .
“A hundred million helps anything, but a hundred million is not going to pay 100 percent of the cost of these buildings,” Joe Ienuso, executive vice president for facilities, said.
All of the women sitting on the panel were in some ways influenced by second-wave feminism—there was a round of applause when former Dean Dorothy Denburg pointed out that none of the panelists had the same last names as their daughters.
The building will total 42 units for residents, and the ground floor will also give a home to the Meeting With God Pentecostal Church, formerly located at 130th Street and Broadway.
The University will pay $995,000 in civil damages to settle a fraud case against a former urology professor at the medical school, the United States Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.
May 14, 2:48pm
Today, the guys of Vampire Weekend, the loveliest of Columbia alums, did a Reddit AMA. They answered questions from Reddit users on everything from where they buy their salmon-colored shorts... Read More
May 14, 9:15am
If you missed yesterday’s Bluth banana stand because of finals (or were too lazy to go below 59th St. … cough cough), it’s not too late to get a Bluth... Read More
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