Barnard announced in the early afternoon that it would cancel classes Tuesday, and Columbia followed suit soon afterward. Both schools had already canceled Monday's classes.
The list of groups in the running for three 114th Street brownstones has been whittled down to six. The finalists include three fraternities and one sorority.
Applicants include the three fraternities that used to occupy the brownstones, four other Greek organizations, and the Student Wellness Project.
The eight directors met at Faculty House on Monday to discuss fundraising, budgeting, and global education, and to start developing a business plan for the global centers.
Provost John Coatsworth has established a faculty committee to develop long-term strategies for the University's undergraduate financial aid and admissions processes.
Columbia, which stood alone at fourth last year, is now tied for fourth with the University of Chicago. Barnard jumped from 33rd to 28th.
Construction of the residence hall's new, more efficient entrance was supposed to be completed by the beginning of the semester, but it won't be done for a few more weeks.
First-year student Martha Corey-Ochoa fell from John Jay Hall to the corner of 114th Street and Amsterdam Avenue last week. Her death was ruled a suicide.
Everything from registering for classes to finding an on-campus job ends up being more difficult than you thought it would be, even if you’re well-prepared.
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