After intense debate, the University Senate passed a resolution Friday barring all smoking within 20 feet of campus buildings on the Morningside campus, despite strong enthusiasm for a full campus-wide ban.
As part of an ongoing initiative, the University hopes to open four more global centers in Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kenya, and Brazil.
The University Senate updated its smoking ban policy resolution on Thursday, decreasing the proposed ban to 20 feet of all campus buildings from 50 feet.
Some students say Columbia should provide more support for cadets participating in ROTC programs.
At its monthly plenary meeting on Friday, senators debated a smoking ban proposal that has long been in the works.
On Friday, the University Senate debated a resolution to ban smoking within a minimum of 50 feet of all buildings on Columbia’s Morningside campus.
Feminist theorist Judith Butler will be joining the English and comparative literature department as a visiting professor.
Employer postings on LionShare are up, and the Center for Career Education is looking to expand the way it prepares students for job hunting.
The number of reported cases of academic dishonesty increased from 12 in the 2008-2009 academic year to 30 in the 2009-2010 academic year.
While Columbia garnered a B-plus rating on its 2011 College Sustainability Report Card, it still landed last in the Ivy League.
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