Paul LeClerc, director of Columbia’s Paris global center, wants more non-French speakers to be able to study in Paris' Reid Hall—the most popular study abroad destination for undergraduates.
Nearly 50 graduate students gathered at University President Lee Bollinger’s house Tuesday night to discuss topics ranging from female attrition rates to possible inter-school collaborations.
A Barnard senior is working to make New York City easier to navigate for disabled people.
Administrators have revised the swipe access policy for commuter students and will allow them to access one Columbia residence hall, though students say the policy still creates painful consequences.
Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies is launching a new program to encourage women to pursue careers in computer science.
For the first time in Columbia College history, students will be asked to vote on a ballot initiative emanating from a student group.
At the end of last semester, then-candidate for president of Columbia College Student Council, Daphne Chen, CC ’14, suggested a merger between CCSC and Engineering Student Council.
First-year class council candidates discussed the honor code, class registration, and the relationship between councils at a series of debates on Sunday.
This fall, residents of Barnard's 616 and 620 dorms are shutting their blinds—but not by choice. The buildings, located on West 116th Street, will be undergoing exterior renovations and inspections six days a week this semester.
Steven Soderbergh's new HBO film takes viewers “Behind the Candelabra,” giving them a close look at Liberace's eight-year relationship with Scott Thorson.
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