With a new dean on her way, the relatively young Office of Multicultural Affairs engages in some soul-searching.
The new title, dean of community development and multicultural affairs, is the product of ongoing conversation between students and staff during which they established the need to continue building a sense of community on campus with increased co-curricular coordination.
Bwog is changing, but editors say that's nothing new.
Barnard's event on activism in the age of Twitter made a statement, but nothing to tweet about.
Political organizations seek broader participation from students of varied ideological outlooks.
The tones of “Roar, Lion, Roar” echoed throughout Columbia’s campus as the newly-arrived students from the class of 2013, their families, along with other students, faculty, and administrators sang together under tents for the convocation ceremony on Monday.
The right to same-sex marriage, once a long-shot hope for many couples in New York, may now be closer to becoming a reality.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week activities “got very little action and attention” this semester, according to Mary Commerford, director of Furman Counseling Center at Barnard.
WEB EXCLUSIVE. On Wednesday night the Activities Board at Columbia voted to elect its 2009-2010 executive board.
As students at the School of General Studies head to the polls Monday to elect their next council, financial aid, housing, and debt remain key issues for two candidates vying for the presidency.
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