Avis Hinkson, BC ’84, will step in as dean of Barnard in February, replacing Dorothy Denburg.
As the focus of the University shifts, to some it appears that Bollinger is able to shift alongside it with ease.
To some at the Columbia Political Union’s immigration debate on Tuesday night, it was the audience interjections that fueled the discussion.
The announcement of this new tenant is a sign to some that the effects of the downturn may finally be wearing off, at least around Columbia.
With 13 votes in favor, 11 against, and two abstentions, the vote came to a tie, which was not sufficient for passage.
The Lions were gift-wrapped a win by an inferior team this past weekend, and they still didn’t win.The talent is there, and so is the senior leadership, but this team just never learned how to win. This is one of the most underrated qualities of winning teams. Players and teams learn how to win so that when they get any kind of chance to, they do it. Norries' Wilson's Lions are at the other end of the spectrum. They find ways to lose football games, to the point where it is expected.
The Lions (5-7-1) have already won more games than they did last season (and still have four games left to play) and the senior class has played its part. Together. senior co-captains they have been a vital part of the Lions’ outfit for the past three years. This season has been no different. The trio from the class of 2011 continues to make important contributions to their team on and off the field.
Henning Sauerbier, a freshman from Germany, has already established himself as a key part of the men's soccer team.
In this week’s USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championship, the Columbia women’s tennis team competed against both conference and nonconference rivals. Though the team did not advance to the national championships, several Lions were able to achieve personal bests.
Student movements for activism sometimes fail to take the necessary course of action.
Look further down the road toward a better business education.
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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