Former Spectator staff share their experiences and thoughts before graduation.
Maggie Astor reflects that forfeiting the "normal" college experience was worth it.
At stake are the only properties in the expansion zone—from 125th to 134th streets, from Broadway to 12th Avenue—that Columbia does not yet own: Nick Sprayregen’s four Tuck-It-Away Self-Storage locations and two gas stations owned by Gurnam Singh and Parminder Kaur.
Owner Ramon Diaz said he has signed a lease on a Columbia-owned building at the corner of 12th Avenue and 125th Street—just two blocks west of his former location on 125th and Broadway.
After closing last April, the popular Cuban restaurant Floridita will reopen in a new location on 125th Street.
President President Barack Obama, CC ’83, spoke to students in a conference call Monday, where he discussed tuition, student loans—and John Jay cafeteria food?
It's neighbor against neighbor between Frederick Douglass and Adam Clayton Powell boulevards, where residents are divided over whether to allow an eight-story building to be constructed.
The University is not wasting time with its plan, pushing forward this month with construction projects and demolition efforts in Manhattanville.
The Empire State Development Corporation's use of eminent domain was upheld Thursday by the New York State Court of Appeals, paving the way for Columbia's Manhattanville expansion plan.
Well over 100 people crowded into the courtroom—and more overflowed into a separate room with a closed-circuit television—to watch the significant eminent domain hearing unfold.
May 23, 11:57am
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