In an otherwise bleak year, Democrats at Columbia can look to the New York State Senate for a reason to celebrate.
The process for city approval of Columbia's expansion into Manhattanville is currently behind the schedule that the Columbia administration laid out in April, when administrators said the University would begin the process this fall.
If Columbia's Jeffrey Sachs sometimes seems as if he has the weight of the world on his shoulders, it's because he does.
After three years of controversy, compromise, and construction, Columbia's latest expansion project was unveiled yesterday.
Fourteen Columbia seniors have been selected to compete for the prestigious Marshall and Rhodes Fellowships for a chance to earn two years of free study at some of the world's top universities.
The local campaign drive for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry just became a little more artistic with the formation of Writers and Artists for True Change, an organization based in the Graduate School of the Arts.
When Janey Penelpe arrived for Sunday mass at her church, she found a disconcerting sight: the beautiful stone doors to Saint Thomas the Apostle had been padlocked and covered by a "Keep Out" sign. For Penelpe, who had attended St.
The debate over Manhattanville--long left for the administration, professional architects, and community groups--is coming to a classroom near you.
Farm fresh vegetables--long considered a luxury of the countryside--have come to Columbia, thanks to the newly formed Columbia University Community Supported Agriculture group.
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