Barnard studio singles in the 601 110th St. residence hall will cost $14,500 a year next year, a $2,500 increase that led many upperclassmen to choose less desirable housing.
While women are still underrepresented in engineering fields, the gap is starting to close, Mary Boyce, the incoming dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, said in a talk in Lerner Hall on Sunday night.
During Columbia's second annual Random Acts of Kindness Week, an initiative by the Student Wellness Project, compliments, encouragement, and free food abound.
Blending classic cinematic narrative with realism, director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty’s “The Angels’ Share” creates a world where the harsh realities of life in poor Glasgow neighborhoods mix with teen antics.
Facing off in the most competitive election in recent memory, the GSSC candidates stressed student outreach, but mostly stuck to campaign rhetoric instead of specific proposals.
High school students from the New York City area visited campus to dabble in the philosophy of free will, computer science, and literature as part of an educational outreach event on Saturday.
Director Sally Potter's latest flick, which stars Elle Fanning and Alice Englert, portrays an unraveling friendship.
With Oscar season fast approaching, Spectator calls upon five local film experts to give you a leg up in your pool.
A film screened at the Athena Film Festival delves into the internal difficulties sexual assault victims face in the military.
After operating for over 100 years, Annunciation School and Holy Name of Jesus Catholic schools are closing.
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