When Justin Zhao, SEAS ’15, was invited to play cello at a SEAS recruiters’ reception last spring, he thought it was just another gig with String Theory, his cello ensemble. What he ended up with was a summer internship at NASA.
A pilot program passed by the Committee on Instruction for the School of Engineering and Applied Science will allow SEAS students to pass/fail up to six credits of their non-technical electives just three days after Columbia College Student Council voted to change its P/D/F policy for first-years.
Unlike students in Columbia College, SEAS students cannot receive credit for any class taken pass/fail, but a recent ESC survey found that 200 of 269 polled students are in favor of instituting a pass/fail option for non-technical electives.
The InterPublications Alliance is narrowing its focus this semester to help campus publications reach a wider audience more efficiently.
A $350,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation is funding the "2CUL" collaboration between Columbia and Cornell Universities, which seeks to expedite the research process for scholars and library users.
The dining hall, which closes for dinner at 8 p.m., will open for several hours after dinner, probably starting sometime within the next two weeks.
Building on the Student Space Initiative, CCSC and ESC are working with administrators to reallocate and update spaces from the Schapiro dance rooms to the Ruggles basement.
Dec 12, 4:16pm
Updated at 5 p.m. The verdict is out, and the lucky ones have officially been chosen. Early Decision acceptance letters were mailed out today, at 3:30 p.m., by admissions officers... Read More
Dec 12, 11:29am
Hey. I think the marching band wants you to come to Orgo Night tonight. I don’t know, just a hunch. If you haven’t gotten the message already, check out its... Read More
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