Kit, 12, and Rachel, 13, were supposed to be in fencing class, but instead they were standing outside with three classmates and dozens of other New Yorkers.
For the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, activism is in the blood.
Formed 10 years ago after a student hunger strike and sit-ins, the center's creation was about much more then building a department. It was about changing the way the University thinks.
Non-senior athletes will be able to register for classes before other students in their year during registration next week, under a new pilot program approved by the University.
Three Columbia professors were awarded Guggenheim Fellowships, one of the most prestigious scholarship awards in the country, the foundation announced Thursday.
While Lerner was the hot campaign issue in 2005, the current CCSC race has been framed by more pressing concerns like financial aid and diversity concerns.
Morningside Heights Historic District Committee will again try to repeal the Landmarks Preservation Committee's decision that allowed the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to build on its property, leader Carolyn Kent said this week.
The annual senior celebration marking the final forty days of classes by drinking 40-ounce liquor bottles on the steps was dampened Thursday by an administration crackdown on public drinking.
Benjamin Chappel, a General Studies student who was taking the semester off to work at the United Nations, died last Wednesday at his home in New York City. He was 26.
In the old days, receiving a thick envelope from Dream U. meant a call to a few close friends and dinner with parents.
Not anymore. When thegame2388 found out she was accepted to Harvard, she wasn't shy about letting people know.
High school senior Vanessa Ohta was not planning on applying to Cornell. Then she received their brochure outlining the virtues of their various college programs.
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