Gavin McGown, CC ’13, recites ancient Greek for fun. “I have this hard-on for classical Greek antiquity," they said.
The umbrella group for Barnard’s three student governing bodies met for the first time at a town hall Monday to explain the role of the new Governing Board at Barnard.
Haiti’s core obstacle as a developing economy is its dependence on foreign aid, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe argued at a World Leaders Forum event Monday.
New wood and plastic decking, which is being constructed on top of the plaza’s deteriorating brickwork, will stretch from the entrance of Pupin Hall to the Dodge Fitness Center bridge.
Education Umbrella continued its teacher training workshops on Tuesday, geared toward educating students interested in careers in education with important classroom management techniques.
More than 500 young entrepreneurs came out to the two-day conference, organized almost entirely by Columbia graduate students, to hear 46 speakers from different backgrounds discuss the continent’s potential for entrepreneurship.
New classrooms in the Diana Center and Barnard Hall are now available to students as after-hours study spaces.
CU-EMS members are looking to increase their accessibility to other students and—when they aren’t responding to emergencies—encouraging the community to reach out to them as peers.
As part of “Feminist to the Core,” a speaker series that allows professors to analyze feminist themes within the Core, Volk spoke about the themes of gender and sexuality in the epic “Metamorphoses.”
The new infrastructure would allow the entire building to have central air conditioning by using chilled water to cool the air.
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