According to residents of 123rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, the northern border of the JTS campus, numerous birds hit the building’s reflective windows and end up injured or dead on the sidewalk.
The unanimous approval of the councils and governing boards is the latest addition to the growing chorus of student concerns that CUArts has not been proactive in supporting students’ artistic endeavors.
The central question of the event—“What does SGA do?”—presented students with the opportunity to understand the role of student government and to give input on the issues they want to see addressed by Barnard administration.
Undergraduate Writing Program director Nicole Wallack said she hopes to expand the variety of themed UWriting sections available to include topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Barnard College has extended its Pass/D/Fail and withdrawal deadlines for courses to next Tuesday, Nov. 20.
At a discussion on Tuesday, Wallace Broecker, CC '53 and the scientist who coined the term "climate change," considered future solutions to global warming and how scientists can best implement them.
Two proposals—one to install bike racks on Broadway and Amsterdam and Columbus avenues between 59th and 110th streets and another to install a bike corral in the parking space bordering the restaurant Henry’s on 105th Street and Broadway—passed the CB7 transportation committee vote.
How do we define what it means to be a New Yorker?
The Lions will play the Wagner Seahawks in need of a strong defensive showing.
The Light Blue used its size and improved defense to blow out Haverford in Columbia's home opener.
Check out this week's athlete of the week, Josh Martin.
The Big Red walks away with sole possession of the Ivy title as both Cornell and Brown advance to the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament.
Incisive discourse, while a focal point of a Columbia education, won't get us far beyond the walls.
Columbia's indigenous community has a lot to reflect on when considering the intersection of being Native and American.
Barnard should adopt CC and GS's pass/fail policy, and allow its students to uncover grades.
Students obtain preprofessional training by virtue of their busy day-to-day schedules.
When simply finding employment is a given, attention shifts to finding the right job.
The university gives students the character and perspective to handle any job that they will face.
The University should offer a greater range of services to prepare students for employment.
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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