University Ombuds Officer Marsha Wagner is retiring after 22 years, University President Lee Bollinger announced in a statement on Monday.
Reddit’s co-founder, Alexis Ohanian, began his speech at Columbia by making fun of its mascot.
The Center for Student Advising says that it has improved over the last few years, according to survey results the office released last week.
It's time to quit hoping for quick fixes, Columbia.
The men's golf team is coming off of a successful weekend at the Patriot Intercollegiate Invitational, while the women's team is heading to Washington to compete in the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational.
Despite the team's record, the volleyball program has the depth it's looking for.
Perhaps the journey to success is not paved by hard work or determination but rather, a necessary disaster.
When institutions make decisions as corporations, the implications deserve to be debated.
The John Jay dining hall renovations neglected to take into account the safety and health of workers.
Arts and Entertainment
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery's newest exhibit plays with shadows and invites the viewer's participation.
“The Raging 70s,” which opens Tuesday, captures New York City’s Puerto Rican and Dominican communities through the lens of Associated Press photographer Bolivar Arellano.
Alfonso Cuarón returns with space film starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
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