Many SEAS professors signed a letter in October calling for the ouster of Dean Feniosky Peña-Mora, saying that if he remained dean, it would cause “irreparable damage–including loss of key faculty and complete alienation of those who remain.”
“A lot of parents are getting increasingly concerned about the climate in the neighborhood,” Children’s Learning Center director Renee Bock said.
The building was supposed to comprise student and faculty dormitories, middle-income housing, a 9500-square-foot community space, and a communal garden, but six years later, there’s still no community space or garden—and according to the permanent residents, it’s because of a faulty governance structure.
The crash, ruled an accident, left a taxi driver injured and his cab totaled.
The proposal that best fulfills Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s vision for a 21st century applied science school will receive $100 million from the city. But University President Lee Bollinger acknowledged in a recent interview that Columbia is the underdog in the race, since its plans diverge significantly from the city’s ideas.
Tian Bu, CC '13, passed away this weekend.
The bulk of the construction work at Baker Field is the installation of foundations for the Campbell Sports Center, which should be finished in about 10 months.
Jason Harris, 19, was questioned and arrested by NYPD on Tuesday evening, in connection to a sexual assault that occurred near 116th Street.
The victim was walking, engaged in a short conversation with the suspect, and was then sexually assaulted, according to Columbia Public Safety.
Columbia Cottage has reopened after it was shut down due to health violations last week.
May 14, 9:15am
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