Student-Worker Solidarity, which already has a record of bringing about reforms in labor practices on Columbia’s Morningside campus—and getting under the administration’s skin—is now turning its attention north to the University’s controversial Manhattanville expansion.
Local residents and food pantries are feeling the effects of a federal decrease in food stamp funding.
Members of the Office of Environmental Stewardship and students from dozens of campus sustainability groups shared the projects they were working on Thursday night at the Earth Institute Student Advisory Council’s inaugural Environmental Summit.
Though some locals and preservation advocates remain staunchly opposed to the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine’s controversial plans to build a 15-story apartment building on church grounds, Cathedral representatives said Wednesday that they’re working to amend the plans to reflect the community’s concerns.
At the intersection of 119th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, there is a nondescript black door that resembles the entrance to a parking garage. This doorway leads to an expanse of dumpsters and a series of signs that directs pedestrians along a pathway to Columbia’s campus.
Adrienne Smith, Business '01 and a world champion football player, is spreading awareness about the lesser-known U.S. National Women's Football League.
On Saturday morning, nearly 20 members of the Columbia University Democrats joined more than 2,000 other advocates at an immigration reform rally in Brooklyn.
City officials are moving forward with a proposal to designate most of West End Avenue as a historic district—expanding historic preservation for even more of the Upper West Side.
An MFA candidate at the School of the Arts has an exhibit on display that's inspired by Bill Murray.
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