Columbia produced an 11.5 percent return on its endowment this year, up from 2.3 percent last year, the University announced on Thursday.
For Barnard students, feminism has many different meanings.
City officials are moving forward with a proposal to designate most of West End Avenue as a historic district—expanding historic preservation for even more of the Upper West Side.
Community Board 7 voted nearly unanimously Wednesday night to name the section of West 97th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway after Ariel Russo, a four-year-old girl who was killed at the intersection this summer by a speeding, unlicensed driver.
Community Board 7 elected Elizabeth Caputo chair during the full-board meeting Wednesday night.
Just months after receiving funding as part of the West Harlem Development Corporation’s first cycle of community grants, local nonprofits are raising even more money.
In one West Harlem building, diners are sampling coconut sticky rice and ahi tuna at the new high-end restaurant The Cecil. Next month, they’ll be enjoying dulcet tunes at Minton’s Playhouse, an upscale revival of a jazz landmark that was the birthplace of bebop.
Arts and Entertainment
iTunes' one-click "buy" button gives the service a leg up on other for-profit streaming services.
Sarah Batchu explains why religiously following trends isn't always the best approach to fashion.
This weekend, Red Hook features prominently in our eating plans. Kayaking and IKEA are bonuses.
The haphazard photos of bystanders present at the fatal Texas parade for JFK present a story rawer and more essential than their professional counterparts.
Taste buds achin' for something other than that bland John Jay food? Try these spicy specials on for size.
Giordano and the Nighthawks, the 11-piece band that won a Grammy Award for its work on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” has made the restaurant Iguana NYC its new home.
Of Montreal mixes '60s psychedelia with funk in its newest album, "Lousy with Sylvianbriar."
Brooklyn Fashion Week showcases whimsical, eco-friendly designs.
Showtime's provocative show takes on the dynamic of two sex researchers in a prudish time.
Rebel Wilson stormed American theaters with her arresting roles in blockbusters like "Pitch Perfect," but her self-depracating humor doesn't translate well to the small screen in her new ABC show.
Tall tales loom large on the stage as Broadway tackles the 2003 film favorite.
I can fill out plan of study forms and navigate the choppy seas of Columbia with peace, knowing that what the history department thinks of me doesn’t determine my worth.
It is unfair to judge “long-distance relationships” as a single, homogenous entity, rather than on a case-by-case basis.
The decision to only include women who self-identify as women of color in "The Vagina Monologues" will foster important discussion on campus.
This weekend, the men's cross country team will compete in the Notre Dame Invitational, while the women's squad will compete in the Paul Short Invitational.
Halfway through the season, field hockey looks to top Princeton in New Jersey.
On Saturday, the football team will open its Ivy season on the road against Princeton, still searching for its first win.
After consecutive top-five finishes, men's golf will compete in the Stars and Stripes Invitational this weekend.
After splitting last weekend's games, women's soccer will face Brown at home on Saturday.
Sitting on a five-game winning streak, men's soccer will host Brown in Saturday's season opener.
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