Columbia University Medical Center faculty and students broke ground at the new Medical and Graduate Education Building Monday evening.
After both the Student Wellness Project and the Intercultural Resource Center urged Counseling and Psychological Services to expand its reach, the office started having drop-in hours in the IRC brownstone on West 114th Street.
Jack Dorsey, chair of Twitter and CEO of Square, doled out advice to aspiring Columbia entrepreneurs in Roone Arledge Auditorium on Monday.
Not only did Lions' baseball win the Ivy title, they did so through unconventional methods.
Men's and women's tennis feature strong opening performances as veterans and freshmen alike bring home victories.
Sophomore Kanika Vaidya came out strong this weekend to jumpstart the season with a set of wins.
Jobs are non-negotiable, and potentially harmful to some student's academic careers.
Res Life's lack of transparency has made construction even more inconsiderate for 616 and 620 residents.
Arts and Entertainment
A new exhibit in Buell Hall takes a look at the history of La Maison Française in honor of its centennial.
On Monday, Barnard President Debora Spar talked about growing up in a time when women felt they needed to "have it all."
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