The Rex Organization, one of the oldest and largest krewes of the Carnival season, elected Carroll Gelderman as the queen of carnival for this year’s Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans.
The symposium will feature panels and writing workshops, some focused on the Muslim narrative.
For the restaurant’s staff, the closure symbolizes the end of a long relationship with Morningside Heights residents and the bitter conclusion of a legal battle over lease agreements with their landlord, James Goldstick. For other nearby businesses, the closure represents the neighborhood’s continuing transition as rents increase.
After student complaints, the Barnard theater department said it will seek to promote diversity in its shows.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science’s class of 2017 is no longer required to take a preprofessional course as part of the Core Curriculum requirements.
Students will now be able to book same-day appointments for Medical Services 12 hours in advance of the desired time, a student leader announced on Saturday.
In its search for a permanent dean of Student Affairs for Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Science, the University will consider candidates across the country.
General Studies Student Council elected its chief finance representative, Daniel Desa, GS ’15 and, as its new vice president of finance last week.
A jury has found Roberto Nunez, 32, guilty of shooting three men in a parked car last June, just a few blocks from Columbia.
Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, has won the special election with 27.4 percent of the vote.
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