Columbia scientists are criticizing Mayor Bloomberg’s attempt to bring a new engineering campus to the city from universities like Stanford and Cornell—and Columbia's commitment to its own facilities.
Melissa von Mayrhauser
Columbia’s Reid Hall in Paris, one of the University’s global centers, will host a new program for undergraduates in spring 2012.
Great things come in fives—especially when it comes to the year 2010.
What Broadway's musical version of the Will Ferrel-favorite "Elf" lacks in character development, it (almost) makes up for in holiday bling.
Once an area is designated an historic district, most external changes to buildings—and any renovations or demolitions—have to be approved by the LPC.
The days of opera glasses are long gone, but proper theater audience behavior is still a controversial subject.
High art doesn't have to come at high prices for this new season of the NYCB
Clovis, a photographer and journalist, uses her photography to challenge all sorts of ideas of space—not only those of physical constructs like buildings, but also of the internal and external selves of each individual.
Columbians can put homework out of sight, out of mind with activities reminiscent of the carefree days of summer.
A rundown of coursebook options and costs
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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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