Brandon Lewis served as president for Youth for Debate and was a leader in LGBTQ activism on campus, efforts that allowed him to put his public speaking skills to good use.
What does it take to be named the world’s smartest person? Three Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students will find out this summer in a programming contest known as the Battle of the Brains.
The School of International and Public Affairs launched its Center on Global Energy Policy on Wednesday with Mayor Michael Bloomberg as a panelist.
Several members of the Policy and Planning Committee, which comprises FAS faculty, say they were never told about the report and are unsure if it was worth the cost.
Wielding bright posters featuring slogans such as “Sexual Violence Has Got to Go!” about 150 students and community members—and one dog—clapped, chanted, and whistled their way around Morningside Heights for the 25th annual Take Back the Night march.
College students toured middle and high school students around the BioBus, a converted transit bus with microscopes, computers, and a cell culture lab.
Steve Coll, the new dean at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, is considering a two-year Master's program, lower tuition fees, and a more rigorous Master's project.
Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute, said that scientists need to find solutions to the issue of humanity’s dependence on groundwater, as well as the disasters caused by the increasing prevalence of droughts and floods.
Columbia writing professor Sam Lipsyte released a skillful new collection of short stories, “The Fun Parts: Stories," this March.
A panel considered how to make data more accessible at the Research Data Symposium Wednesday.
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