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As the Greek system at Columbia continues to expand, male students will soon have a new gateway into fraternity life.
In honor of Yom HaShoah—Holocaust Rememberance Day—the Columbia/Barnard Hillel hosted a commemoration ceremony Monday night, run and organized by students.
As charities across the country experience a falling off in donations, Columbia students feel the decline in philanthropy hitting close to home.
At the Student Government Association Representative Council Candidates Forum last night at Barnard, some of the candidates were not actually present. Instead, campaigning from abroad, these students—including presidential candidate Karen Kwan, BC ’10, who is in Greece—had proxies speak on their behalf.
Ergun Ozbudun, professor of Law at Bilkent University, Turkey, has harsh words for Turkey’s current government: “Pluralism is not in the structure of the state. The state is overpowering.”
The Columbia University College Democrats and Columbia University College Republicans riled up the audience in a debate Monday evening on the resolution “affirmative action is a policy at odds with equality and fairness.”
In the wake of the tragic suicide last Saturday, Barnard and Columbia are promoting their suicide prevention and outreach programs.
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