Club sports continue to face difficulty finding space to practice and compete, and some club leaders blame athletic administrators for an opaque space allocation process.
Columbia will offer two massive open online classes next semester through Coursera, a platform developed by Stanford professors.
Alpha Omicron Pi, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Zeta Tau Alpha want to come to Columbia. Members of CU's four existing sororities will pick two winners at the end of the month.
According to members of Local 21110, Barnard has proposed freezing wages for three years, reducing retirement benefits, and increasing employees’ pension contributions.
Experts advised education policymakers to focus on community issues such as poverty, health care, unemployment, and residential segregation.
Jackson and local activists have expressed concern that the new district lines could shift influence away from northern Manhattan.
While some Lions fans may rejoice upon hearing of the Harvard cheating scandal, it's effect on the Crimson's basketball team could curtail recent progress made by Ivy League sports teams.
Investing in public spaces would create a better sense of community for Columbia students.
Figuring out our existential crisises begins with self-reflection.
Voting in the upcoming elections is much more than simply choosing the next president.
Arts and Entertainment
The wide-ranging multimedia exhibition shows the influence of the area on artists’ work.
‘Peptimist’ writer Anouar Benmalek discussed identity at Maison Française on Monday night.
Tuesday’s Savor the Season—Uptown tasting event showcased 10 top restaurants north of 110th Street, many featuring farm-to-table food.
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