Several Columbia undergraduates have participated in the protests that have wracked Istanbul over the past few weeks, facing tear gas and police raids.
Jordan Alam said that her first four novels were, in many ways, written in preparation for her latest effort.
With 444 students donning blue caps and gowns, the General Studies Class Day ceremony Monday morning celebrated the largest graduating class in GS history.
Three undergraduate deaths this academic year provided a grave reminder that the ongoing dialogue about student wellness is far from over.
First-years in Frontiers of Science were supposed to hear a lecture on quantum mechanics on Feb. 18. But instead, they first witnessed a bizarre performance that left many of them baffled and created a national media sensation.
Columbia’s administration saw significant turnover this year, with several deans leaving for positions at other universities and a new dean appointed to lead the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
A year that saw widespread debate over academic integrity and a proposed honor code was capped off by a high-profile cheating scandal at Barnard and the distribution of revealing information before Friday’s Literature Humanities final.
The gift joins Henry Kravis’ $100 million contribution in 2010 as the largest in the school’s history.
Dining is looking to increase profit at Café 212 next year, perhaps by keeping it open only five days a week or cutting back the hours it is open. It might also transition from offering full meals like pasta and sandwiches to serving as a convenience store for students to get grab-and-go snacks.
Jun 10, 11:27pm
Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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