As president of Barnard College, Debora Spar has a lot on her plate. Last year, she released a book, Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection, that explores one of the unintended consequences feminist movements have created for the 21st century woman.
“I think about you everyday. Asshole.” In chicken-scrawl lettering, these words are scratched onto a white backdrop in a digital photo on Mallory Rose’s Tumblr.
First came the cryptic, diamond-shaped graffiti grids. Then there were the hand fans with the same printed image, distributed to fans at FYF music festival. The images were eventually traced back to the Canadian rock band Arcade Fire.
Orchesis casts a spell over its audience with its spring performance, DumbledOrchesis.
Women Creating Change, a new research initiative by Columbia's Center for the Study of Social Difference, will take advantage of the University's global centers to study global women's issues.
Columbia University graduate students say the cost of living in New York City is a burden that increased stipends fail to alleviate.
While Columbia already has the largest Tibetan studies collection in North America, the project will bolster both universities’ collections.
The popular Asian store, located on Broadway between 114th and 115th streets, closed last Thursday due to health violations.
A friend with breast cancer inspired Salon 804’s owner, Rochelle Mosley, to offer customers pink strands instead of the more traditional pink ribbons.
Every Thursday morning, members of the Justice Will Be Served! campaign pass out fliers on College Walk. They say that some Morningside Heights and UWS restaurants mistreat their employees.
Apr 22, 9:20pm
Today the NYPD attempted to catch on to the hip-hoppidy slick heavy copacetic world of social media, and they did in fact get a #hashtag to trend, which, while certainly... Read More
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