Chris Coles, Harrison David, Adam Klein, Jose Stephan Perez, and Michael Wymbs appeared in court this morning, accompanied by their attorneys.
While Columbia has continued its demolition in Manhattanville, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been renovating the 1 train viaduct that runs through the area over Broadway since June—making for a noisy and polluted neighborhood.
To some at the Columbia Political Union’s immigration debate on Tuesday night, it was the audience interjections that fueled the discussion.
The embattled congressman was greeted with loud applause from the 35 or so neighborhood residents who attended the meeting, organized by the local Broadway Democrats.
Organizers of the 24th annual Anti-Gentrification Community Awareness Festival, which was held on 124th Street between Broadway and Riverside, said that despite the low turnout, fighting rapid neighborhood change is seen as an important cause.
This year, 67 sophomores were stuck in limbo on Housing & Dining’s waitlist.
If you’re a student living on this campus, then you’ve probably had to deal with one of Columbia’s most incorrigible problems: laundry machines. These rumbling creatures have a knack for rejecting your Flex account swipes at moments when you have not a single quarter in your wallet.
With the recent hype over “change,” the word seems to have lost its neutrality and acquired a staggeringly positive connotation.
As the semester comes to a close and students look ahead to finals and winter holidays, John Jay dining hall seems to be bustling with significantly more first-years than usual.
Jun 20, 12:17am
Is @sree leaving? Sree Sreenivasan, the University’s first chief digital officer, is stepping down, according to Capital New York. Sreenivasan, who has been at Columbia for more than 20 years,... Read More
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