After a review of the Office of Financial Aid and Educational Financing last semester eliminated personal financial aid adviser pairings, students have responded with generally positive reviews.
Two Columbia graduate students are expanding their youth empowerment program for young women in local middle schools.
Cathy Resler, a manager in the Office of Environmental Stewardship, said, “We’ve been hearing from students that they feel like they’d like to see our presence more, and I think that’s something that is a big priority and we’re trying to work on that.”
Richard Sun, CC ’13, is leading the initiative to put together a senate committee of professors, administrators, and students who will work to create a more sustainable campus.
Many of the 29 students enrolled in the Barnard-Columbia-Juilliard Exchange have lobbied the administration to identify better options for practice rooms.
Undergraduate students will now be able to enroll in the approved seminars, which will be capped at 15 students, in the next registration period.
The Studio Museum on 125th Street played host to the Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference, where residents discussed how to turn Harlem into a desirable destination for tourists.
On one hand, the 124-room Aloft Hotel at Frederick Douglass and 124th Street has brought thousands of overnight guests to Harlem, but many residents say the neighborhood’s character has been lost amid the shuffle.
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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