Columbia should entice big name coaches with its prime New York location to catch up with other Ivy athletics programs.
The new security system requires tenants to swipe into the housing complex using special identification cards containing their pictures and other personal information.
Residents say they are scared the ID cards—which include their names, photos, and address—will easily fall into the hands of strangers who will be able to enter the building without difficulty.
After administrators decided against making the preschool program full-day, many parents who cannot afford to leave work in the middle of the day are disappointed.
About 500 New Yorkers and local leaders protested hydraulic fracturing at a rally in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Saturday.
Construction firms met with Columbia administrators and local government representatives, in an event that gave firms the chance to pursue the possibility of working in Manhattanville this summer.
With two technology incubators scheduled to open in Harlem and another hoping to join them, Manhattan’s high-tech wave might be making its way uptown.
Women's track and field posted a convincing win at the Metropolitan Indoor Track and Field Championship this past weekend.
Men and women's squash faces four opponents over the weekend, the swimming and diving teams head to Boston, men's tennis hosts Fordham for dual match, women's tennis competes in the Cornell Invitational, the track and field team competes at the Armory, and Light Blue wrestlers travel to Franklin and Marshall.
Cornel West said that Americans need to start a “revolution” on the scale of the American Revolution and the fight against slavery in order to combat economic inequality.
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