Nicholas Dirks, chancellor-designate of UC Berkeley and Columbia's former executive vice president for arts and sciences, will deliver the keynote speech at General Studies Class Day.
Potholes, fissures, and breaks along a Hudson River path may finally get fixed in the coming months, but not before hundreds of people descend upon the narrow walkway in an annual walk around Manhattan in two weeks.
West End Presbyterian Church, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, has a storied past and diverse congregation, and members say they have to come to appreciate the community's "familial" nature.
A 14-year-old male was stabbed in the torso on 110th Street and Columbus Avenue on Sunday morning, while, in an apparently unrelated incident at the same time, a 23-year-old woman had a metal trash can thrown at her five blocks south.
During the meeting at Wadleigh school, New York City Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott discussed a range of schools issues—most notably, co-location, the controversial process of opening charter schools in public school buildings.
The resolution came in response to the New York City Housing Authority's controversial plan to build three market-rate apartment towers in the public housing complex, between Manhattan and Amsterdam Avenue and between 100th and 104th streets.
Of the six formal entrances to the park, the Strangers Gate is the only one that has parking spaces in front of it. The plan aims to relocate these parking spaces to showcase what advocates call one of the most beautiful entrances to the park.
Barnard and the residents are suing the dorm’s developer, Artimus Construction, over what they say is shoddy construction. But the lawsuit is moving slowly, and the parties are working toward a settlement.
Candidates for mayor, borough president, and public advocate shared their visions for the city and explained why they think they deserve voters’ support.
Business School dean Glenn Hubbard announced Monday that William “Billy” McGuire, Business ’14, died. McGuire will be remembered for his athletic successes and interest in finance.
Jun 20, 12:17am
Is @sree leaving? Sree Sreenivasan, the University’s first chief digital officer, is stepping down, according to Capital New York. Sreenivasan, who has been at Columbia for more than 20 years,... Read More
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