The week-long Global Centers Directors’ Summit provided an opportunity for directors to touch base with administrators, define priorities for the year ahead, and discuss internal issues.
New limits on the number of consecutive nights guests can stay in Barnard residence halls stemmed from residents abusing a lax guest policy in previous years, administrators say—but the rule is not expected to be strictly enforced.
EcoReps' bike-share program, first piloted last spring, was re-launched for another test run on Sept. 9. This semester, the program is set to expand and include 150 to 200 students who will use the same bikes from last semester.
In response to student complaints, Campus Services and Mail Services have implemented changes this year to reduce wait times and increase efficiency at the Lerner Hall package center.
Former Community Board 7 chair Helen Rosenthal won the Democratic nomination for a hotly contested Upper West Side City Council seat Tuesday night, edging out former CB7 chair Mel Wymore and essentially clinching her election in November.
The Department of Transportation proposed changes to the layout of Morningside Avenue to make the street safer, but Community Board 10 members asked to see more data from similar areas before endorsing the proposal.
Arts and Entertainment
An etymologically-minded introduction by new language columnist Sinclair Target.
Tired of fashion columns about thrifting or dropping a fortune? Toe the middle line with Sarah Batchu.
Central Park was designed to be enjoyed from every angle—we'll show you the best places to see.
Fast and feast are only a letter and a growling stomach apart, as anyone who observed Yom Kippur knows.
Walk in the park: Janet Ruttenberg's panoramas of Central Park are on display at the Museum of the City of New York.
"Iran Modern" focuses on the decades leading up to the country's 1979 revolution.
The former "Grey's Anatomy" star takes a gripping turn as a murderer in new film "Blue Caprice".
Brit wunderkind King Krule impressed at the Bowery Ballroom on Monday.
Sweet Spot brings funk and vendors to the normally serene Riverside Park.
"The Forty Part Motet" is the first contemporary work to come to the Cloisters.
F.I.T. pulled together a historically significant exhibit of LGBT fashion for their new exhibit, opening Sept. 13.
Before the men's and women's teams attend different events, both halves of the program will open the season at the Stony Brook Wolfie Invitational on Saturday.
Following big victories against Longwood and James Madison, the Lions will hit the road to face No. 2 Maryland and No. 20 American at the Terrapin Invitational.
At the St. John's Invitational, Columbia will compete with a dozen other universities, including several Ivies.
After a solid start to the season, the Lions will challenge the Owls twice on Friday, before facing the Ospreys on Sunday.
Coming home after a rough road trip with two close losses, the Lions look to get back on track against Iona at home on Saturday.
After winning its first Ivy League title in program history, the women's tennis team will look to defend its title.
After posting a 15-7 record last spring, the Lions will rely on their young core of stars to build on last year's success.
After dropping its first three games at the Wildcat Challenge, the Light Blue will host the Columbia Invitational, while looking for its first victory of the season.
College is a concentrated experience where we spend every moment together, and everyone is looking for the same escape from the loneliness of transition.
The first-year meal plan prevents students from gastronomic education and exploration.
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