At a fireside chat on Tuesday, University president Lee Bollinger discussed the social atmosphere on campus and Columbia's global presence.
Columbia engineering students are campaigning to start an undergraduate chapter of the national American Indian Science and Engineering Society, an organization geared toward promoting the science and engineering fields.
A panel of high-profile Columbia professors attacked the National Security Agency’s surveillance operations Tuesday evening, saying the agency’s actions have a negative impact on journalism, academia, and human rights.
Rep. Charles Rangel was arrested Tuesday afternoon in Washington, D.C., one of seven U.S. representatives handcuffed during a National Mall protest calling for passage of a comprehensive immigration reform bill.
The football team could improve its offense by handing off to Marcorus Garrett more often.
The men's cross country team reached its highest ranking in program history, and was voted No. 1 in the northeast regional poll regional poll this week.
Senior David Westlake and the rest of the soccer team's newly established defensive unit are continuing to work on their communication on the field.
Despite a loss in its first Ivy contest, defending Ivy champion Cornell still tops this week's list.
The Lions showcased their defense and went deep into their rotation for a shutout over NJIT.
Losing is reaching a deadlock, and winning is a progression of ideas.
I did not stumble into the real world and find it to be cold and unforgiving.
The college experience is an opportunity to open up and create new communities.
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