Philosophy professor Akeel Bilgrami, Barnard political science professor Michelle Smith, and comparative ethnic studies professor Gary Okihiro offered humorous anecdotes, academic critiques, and practical advice on living life.
After students expressed dissatisfaction with housing changes during this year’s Columbia Urban Experience pre-orientation program, the group’s new leaders are hoping to discuss potential changes to next year’s program.
Bollinger said he’d like to see some improvements to the Core that would shift it away from its western focus after students questioned Columbia’s approach to globalization.
Like many first-year students, I considered Family Weekend a welcome, albeit temporary, respite from two common maladies: homesickness and dining hall blues. What better opportunity for a free meal than a parental visit?
Four years ago, Stephanie Interbartolo decided to turn the vacant lot next to her Harlem brownstone into a haunted garden, filled with inflatable monsters, spider webs, and artificial fog.
Four armed men broke into a Columbia graduate student apartment late Monday night and assaulted and robbed a tenant, landing the tenant in St. Luke's Hospital.
The Syrian civil war is threatening to spill over into neighboring countries, experts and professors said at a panel discussion Wednesday.
A pale, acne-riddled, 16-year-old boy flips furiously through the worn pages of his favorite vintage copy of Superman.
One year after quietly moving back onto campus, the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps celebrated its return to Columbia with fanfare on Monday.
Top female leaders from multiple arenas of public service came together at the Diana Center Event Oval on Thursday night to discuss the United Nations goals for gender equality and women’s empowerment.
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