Christopher Poole, the founder of 4chan, delivered an informal talk on Monday evening in Lerner Hall, in which he candidly chatted about the popular image board, addressed concerns about anonymity, and fielded questions about startup businesses.
Police urged Morningside Heights residents and students to help them prevent grand larcenies and identity theft in the neighborhood—the two biggest problems in the 26th Precinct.
The students will participate in the XL DISSENT event, organized by students from 49 colleges and universities, on March 2 to call upon President Barack Obama, CC ’83, to reject the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline.
A New York Police Department spokesperson said that the police responded to a 911 call early Sunday morning about a non-responsive person inside 240 West 129th St., near Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.
The group known as Columbia Prison Divest hand-delivered a letter to University President Lee Bollinger’s office on Monday afternoon, calling on the administration to divest from Corrections Corporation of America and the British multinational security firm G4S.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio won the Democratic mayoral primary Tuesday night, but it was unclear early Wednesday whether he would avoid a runoff election.
Democratic District Leader Mark Levine won the Democratic primary for City Council in District 7 on Tuesday night, all but guaranteeing him the council seat.
Young Empowered Artists of Harlem, or Y.E.A.H., located on 126th Street, aims to bring 15 teenagers each from Grant Houses and Manhattanville Houses together for work on a visual arts initiative, which Roy Secord, who runs the nonprofit, described as a large anti-violence mural.
A Columbia Public Safety car collided with a taxi at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Monday night, leaving the Public Safety officer and cab driver injured.
The Columbia University Democrats protested a conference that considered marriage and family, contesting a featured address at the event that argued marriage may only be between a man and a woman.
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