In four years of learning, living, partying, and occasionally holing up in Butler Library or 1020, seniors have witnessed one of Columbia's toughest times since the 1970s.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, CC '73, Law '76, spoke at the Columbia Law School commencement Friday, where he encouraged graduates to modernize the legal system.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, CC '73, Law '76, spoke at the Columbia Law School commencement Friday, where he urged graduates to modernize the legal system.
I have memories of bubbles in the office and corrections and Sporcle and people and Starbucks. I remember dealing with people who aren’t rational. You compromise and talk and grow.
We should look toward the Columbia College Student Council’s model, which allows seniors to vote for Executive Board and at-large positions.
Monday's fireside chat with University President Lee Bollinger hit on the free speech scholar's perennial favorites: globalization and Columbia’s place in it, and Manhattanville and the University’s need for space.
On Monday's Fireside Chat, University President Lee Bollinger had globalization and Manhattanville on his mind.
The New York French American Charter School plans to open its doors to teach kindergarten, first, and second grades this fall, and expand after that. But months after being approved, the school that had been slated for Harlem still hasn’t found a home.
The mood at Columbia Law School’s Medal for Excellence luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria on Friday ranged from weary to optimistic. All the while, servers kept wine glasses more than half full.
May 17, 11:47pm
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