Columbia College Interim Dean James Valentini has taken a significant role in this year's Senior Fund, successfully branding the "3, 2, 1" fundraising challenge.
Last year, Barnard saw an 11 percent application increase, meaning applications have now risen by 17.5 percent over the last two years.
Jill Abramson became the New York Times' first female executive editor in September.
A man claiming to be with the Division of Student Affairs sold over $200 worth of tickets to undergrads in at least three different lectures this week. He has been barred from campus.
Columbia College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science received 31,818 applications for the class of 2016.
The Department of Education had been investigating whether Barnard professor Rachel McDermott illegally steered a Jewish student away from a class with professor Joseph Massad last year.
Top administrators are starting to review the financial aid enhancements announced in 2008.
Many SEAS professors signed a letter in October calling for the ouster of Dean Feniosky Peña-Mora, saying that if he remained dean, it would cause “irreparable damage–including loss of key faculty and complete alienation of those who remain.”
USenator and Business School professor Mark Cohen had indicated for several months that he would seek a senate vote to ban smoking this semester, but on Friday, Cohen changed course.
On World AIDS Day, Earth Institute director Jeff Sachs said that the cut to funding for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS is a “horrendous decision,” while health advocates shared stories of dealing with AIDS.
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