A year ago, he was much like any other Columbia first-year.
Some time in about October of my first year here--back when Lerner was new and Butler was old and there was no Broadway Residence Hall--a friend from home, then a senior in high school, came and visited me.
When Jonathan Cole steps down as provost at the end of the academic year, he will leave behind him a legacy of accomplishments unmatched by any Columbia administrator since Nicholas Murray Butler.
When the University Senate concludes its 2002-2003 term today, it will do so without reaching a decision on the most controversial, and perhaps most important, issue facing the body this year: the approval of a doctorate in nursing practice.
Nicholas Lemann, a prominent author and writer for The New Yorker, will be the next dean of the Columbia School of Journalism, University President Lee Bollinger announced in a statement released yesterday.
Nicholas Lemann, a Washington correspondent for The New Yorker has been offered a position as dean of Columbia's Journalism School and is considering the offer, the New York Daily News reported on Tuesday.
On visiting George Rupp's office in midtown Manhattan, it takes a moment to figure out what is different about the man who less than a year ago was president of Columbia University.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--In a city that for weeks now has been riveted by the news from Iraq, all eyes turned yesterday to a battle much closer to home: the battle over the future of affirmative action.
It all comes down to this.
May 17, 11:47pm
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