The ongoing federal government shutdown could be detrimental to Columbia if it lasts a significant amount of time, a top administrator told the University Senate on Friday.
Spectator sat down with University President Lee Bollinger on Friday to discuss the government shutdown, the Arts and Sciences’ budget, construction in Manhattanville, dean searches, his tenure, and more.
On Saturday morning, nearly 20 members of the Columbia University Democrats joined more than 2,000 other advocates at an immigration reform rally in Brooklyn.
More than two and a half years after construction began on the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, the first building of Columbia’s Manhattanville expansion, construction workers lifted the center’s last planks into place on Friday.
Athletics could bridge the gap with much of the Columbia community with greater access.
The women also had a successful weekend, coming in fifth place at the Paul Short Invitational.
With the help of first-year phenom Katie Ruesterholz, the Light Blue got a much-needed win over UMass-Lowell.
Columbia couldn't get anything going on either side of the ball and dropped to 0-3 on the season.
With sophomore quarterback Trevor McDonagh struggling, head coach Pete Mangurian called on first-year quarterback Kelly Hilinski to be Columbia's signal caller on Saturday.
After falling into a two-goal deficit, the Lions fought back to tie Brown. The draw ended the Light Blue's five-game winning streak.
Through regulation and two overtime periods, both the Lions and Bears prevented a score.
In a packed weekend for Columbia athletics, soccer had to settle for ties while volleyball and field hockey picked up key conference wins and cross country and both tennis squads continued to impress.
Men's tennis had a strong showing from its representatives at the All-American Championships.
Sophomore Kanika Vaidya and senior Bianca Sanon shocked sixth-ranked Vanderbilt in Los Angeles this weekend.
In two marquee matchups this weekend, the Lions beat Penn but fell to Princeton the next night.
Columbia's commitment to meaningful dialogue is not found in the World Leaders Forum.
The violence at Amsterdam Restaurant is due to an irresponsible management, unchecked by Columbia, because "non-affiliates" do not matter.
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