About 20 students attended the town hall, several of whom expressed concern about the speed at which the search committee is moving.
The academy, which was founded in 1780 by John Adams, James Bowdoin, and John Hancock, announced 220 new members on Tuesday.
Chief Operating Officer Greg Brown said that closing the pool would save Barnard approximately $3 million.
Brill, a chemistry major, will speak at CC Class Day on May 15, as will salutatorian Zach Levine, an anthropology major.
The major, “medicine, literature, and society,” is an interdisciplinary course of study that “examines the social and cultural dimensions of illness and health."
Making time for sports fandom and academics is possible with the right game plan.
The Big Red appears to be the frontrunner for the Ivy title, but Princeton is making a push.
In a "Subway Series"-like match-up, the Lions play Manhattan, a team that has gone undefeated at home this season.
Check out this week's athlete of the week, Michelle Piyapattra.
The Light Blue takes on the New Hampshire Wildcats, who come into the match on a four-game losing streak.
Columbia struggled against New Hampshire, but freshman Katie Angulo notched her first-ever hat trick.
Before returning to conference play, the Lions will play an offensively-depleted team in Fairleigh Dickinson.
We need to remember that rape happens on Columbia's campus.
With Take Back the Night becoming more inclusive this year, it is important that we come together as a community.
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