Barnard’s 116th Commencement ceremony, which will be held at Columbia due to Nexus construction, will feature an address by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Shirin Ebadi, the first Iranian Nobel Peace Prize winner, tackled how democracy and women’s rights develop simultaneously and urged America to leave Iran’s troubles to the Iranian people last night in Barnard Hall.
Reverberating in the spaces of Barnard LeFrak Gym’s sprawling ceiling and through the open streets of New York City, the voices of survivors of sexual violence and their allies spoke individually and cohesively against assault.
Tonight, retiring Barnard political theory professor Dennis Dalton will march in the anti-violence demonstration Take Back the Night for the last time after more than a decade of involvement, a farewell he discusses with teary eyes.
Former School of International and Public Affairs Dean Lisa Anderson will become American University in Cairo’s provost in fall 2008 in a career change she feels will take her full circle.
He sauntered into the Journalism School’s lecture hall on Friday, wearing a three-piece black suit, a large cross around his neck, and the requisite red ring.
After being passed over entirely in 2007, the Washington Post swept the 92nd annual Pulitzer Prizes, which were announced Monday at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, winning journalism’s most prestigious award in six categories.
At Thursday night’s fireside chat, University President Lee Bollinger asked about as many questions as he answered.
David Rothkopf, CC ’77, will tell you that 6,000 people run a world of billions—but he won’t say which ones.
The noose found on Teachers College Professor Madonna Constantine’s office door in October is up for a new round of close scrutiny in light of reports this week that a state grand jury has subpoenaed the school’s records concerning Constantine in an investigation of the noose.
Jun 10, 11:27pm
Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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