Rebecca Gray, BC ’13, led the hiking club, played in the orchestra, sang in an a cappella group, and spent three years as an RA.
The New York City Housing Authority’s plan to build private market-rate housing in an Upper West Side affordable housing complex has sparked widespread opposition among residents and local politicians over the last few months.
Since she started volunteering with the Upper West Side Streets Renaissance campaign when it launched in 2007, Lisa Sladkus has become the face of the pro-bike and pro-pedestrian movement in the neighborhood.
CrackDel reopened Monday after being temporarily shut down for allegedly selling alcohol to minors.
Jewish Home Lifecare’s plan to build a nursing home in a parking lot on West 97th Street is facing renewed opposition after a study found that construction on the lot could release toxic levels of lead into the air.
West Side Gourmet Deli, more commonly known as CrackDel, was shut down Thursday night by court order, but a cousin and a friend of the owner said it would reopen by Monday.
Computer science professors rarely grant extensions. Others create an environment of isolation for those far ahead or behind their classmates.
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.
Apr 15, 10:47pm
Did you miss the General Studies Student Council meeting on Tuesday night? Council correspondent Stephanie Frescas brings you five things you need to know: Not too late: GSSC President Hannah Germond, GS ’16,... Read More
Apr 15, 1:10pm
The days of “Flappy Bird” are long gone, but with finals season inching nearer every day, there grows a new thirst for procrastination (I’m lookin’ at you, senioritis). Nothing is... Read More
Apr 15, 10:57am
Did you miss this week’s Engineering Student Council Meeting? Council correspondent Rana Hilal brings you the five things you need to know: Come together: ESC unanimously passed the Columbia University Family... Read More
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