Mark Wigley, dean of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, will step down at the end of the academic year after holding the position for nine years.
Organized by the new Hazing Prevention Task Force, which Interim Dean of Student Affairs Terry Martinez announced last spring, the awareness campaign runs through Friday and aims to start a conversation among students about hazing.
Two multicultural student groups are on track to revive themselves after facing the threat of derecognition last semester.
A proposal to squeeze three schools in the same building is making waves among Harlem parents and locals.
Despite sustaining a fractured jaw and bruising across his body, the professor at the School of International and Public Affairs who was attacked in Central Harlem Saturday evening in a possible hate crime said he plans to return to work Tuesday.
Ryan Turner looks into the motivation behind student presence at sporting events and its consequence for recruits.
A few key lineup changes have completely turned around the Lions' offense, converting into more goals and wins.
Although a few were thwarted by Harvard and Cornell, CU tennis players make it to the finals in their flights.
Living off campus doesn't, and shouldn't prevent it from being home.
Computer science is filled with opportunities for women, who are currently a minority.
Hate crimes are a result of ignorance and hatred, which can be eliminated through stronger community.
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Arts and Entertainment
A bike tour might sound like a strange component to an art exhibit, but a new program dedicated to art’s relationship with climate change will take visitors for a ride.
The Met presents 48 ecclesiastical artwork from Germany's Hildesheim Cathedral.
Witty wordplay and cutting banter transported the audience at the New York Public Library to the almost fictional world of Crakers, wolvogs, and rakunks, a one-armed man with a weed whacker prosthesis, and death by a wood chipper.
CUBE is the first dance ensemble exclusively devoted to classical ballet.
Zorn’s orchestra will present four pieces on opening night, including the U.S. premiere of the 2012 composition “Suppôts et Supplications.”
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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