After almost 10 months of negotiations, an agreement over the contract for Faculty House employees still has not yet been reached.
The new plan, designed to accomodate students staying on campus over breaks, comes after discussions between Dining and a CCSC representative as well as a petition to keep dining halls open during break.
The eight projects that will be funded through the Student Project Grants initiative this semester range from a humanoid robot to a documentary about scholar athletes to a chess program in sub-Saharan Africa.
Papandreou, who headed the Greek government for two years at the height of its debt crisis, will teach a course about the European financial crisis and has been invited to speak to the entire SIPA community.
The Community Board 7 transportation committee approved the lane after the city Department of Transportation revised their proposal to include more parking and loading zones.
The inspection on Thursday revealed vermin and unsafe cooking techniques at the popular bagel spot. A sign on the door claims it will re-open Wednesday.
Peter Andrews explores the methods for keeping up with Columbia sports even while overseas.
The Lions overcame a lackluster start on Saturday afternoon, securing a win to open conference play.
A sharp decline in shooting accuracy during the second half led to a loss for the women's basketball team.
The fencing team has not slipped from their standards of competition, despite the long break. Upperclassmen lead both the teams by posting few losses and several wins.
The Lions win only half of their matches over the break, but young players show promise by earning their first victories for Columbia.
After an uncertain start, the Lions found their footing and redeemed their weekend on the road by earning two victories. Sophomore Ramit Tandon and senior Graham Miao seized these two crucial wins.
The swimming and diving teams ended 2012 on a high note with pool records and two victories. They emerged as an even stronger team, edging out in front of Bucknell and handily defeating both Cornell and Brown.
The Lions, ranked No. 44 in the nation, faltered in their first match of 2013, falling 4-3 to Brigham Young University on Monday at home. The Light Blue took the doubles point from the No.
The Lions showed promise after their first meet of the season against league rivals Yale and Dartmouth. Despite stellar individual performances, the teams demonstrated a need for improvement.
Over the break, Columbia wrestling won half of their matches, generally showing a level of inconsistency.
There is little consciousness on campus of what the practical and political realities of having a large international population are.
Our generation has been conditioned to “put ourselves out there,” but it may be even more important to learn when to put a sock in it.
Athletes gain skills on the field that translate to strong performance in the professional world.
Arts and Entertainment
Three Columbia alumni produce "Koch," a new documentary immortalizing the life of former NYC mayor Ed Koch.
Amigos, which went up less than a week after Il Cibreo shuttered its doors, already has an established feel.
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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