Campus’ newest literary magazine has more money than it knows what to do with thanks to its Kickstarter’s success.
Rachel Dunphy uncovers rookie mistakes in 19th- and 20th-century murders.
Cats aren't only an Internet craze—they’re deified in museums, loiter on sidewalks, and lend their name to hipster hangouts.
Columbia alumnus James Franco pens his first novel, "Actors Anonymous."
Showtime's provocative show takes on the dynamic of two sex researchers in a prudish time.
The Creative Writing Program has decided to turn Quarto into a class on lit mag publication and will publish submissions chiefly from creative writing majors in the School of General Studies.
NBC show "Revolution" hit the red carpet at the United Nations on Tuesday night.
On Monday, Barnard President Debora Spar talked about growing up in a time when women felt they needed to "have it all."
Central Park was designed to be enjoyed from every angle—we'll show you the best places to see.
As a foster parent and author, Professor Cris Beam's experience illuminates the topic of foster care in her new book.
Mar 11, 10:41pm
University Senator Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, and CU Dems President Sejal Singh, CC ’15, released the final list of the administrators that will be present at Thursday’s Town Hall on... Read More
Mar 11, 6:01pm
The removal of a banner that advertised Students for Justice in Palestine’s Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall sparked debate on campus today. The banner, which read “Stand for Justice. Stand... Read More
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