Student Worker Solidarity reported Wednesday that the hot temperatures in the kitchen of John Jay Dining Hall have been temporarily cooled.
The Application Development Initiative, a group of coders and developers, is looking to change the way that Columbia students engage with tech culture.
The Lion Credit Union Initiative has assembled a team to bolster the group’s outreach and expansion efforts in hopes of securing recognition from the National Credit Union Administration and making their project official.
Law School professor Eben Moglen called on Americans to defend their freedoms in light of the recent National Security Agency surveillance scandal that broke earlier this year.
Parents at two West Harlem public schools chanted “sí se puede” at a public forum on Wednesday about the New York City Department of Education’s proposal to squeeze a third school in the same building as the two schools.
Students enjoy immense stress relief through intramural sports.
The Lions' corners are going have to be on lockdown mode in order to prevent one of the FCS's best receivers from gaining too much ground.
The Lions are relying on the two backup quarterbacks in order to make it through the rest of the season.
Although the Crimson is still atop the rankings, Yale has the same record and could be a threat to Harvard's ranking.
At the Edeam Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Wednesday, the women’s golf team wrapped up its fall season against some of the best players in the nation at the Sahalee National Golf Course in Sammish, Wash.
The lack of neighborly interaction in our New York City college dorms can create the illusion of privacy.
The ADLS revitalization forces us to reexamine the basic features of the core and our cultural foundations.
Our glorification of the Core's thinkers omits the destruction left in their wake.
Arts and Entertainment
The Armory Show celebrates its 100th anniversary.
The work of the celebrated cartoonist will soon be housed in Butler Library.
Rebekah Lowin, CC '14, made her Lincoln Center debut performing at the New York Cabaret Convention on Monday night.
Dec 18, 5:21pm
In this new Spectrum series, readers submit their thoughts about things across the scientific spectrum (yes indeed) as they relate to Columbia students and faculty. In the first installment, a... Read More
Dec 17, 11:37pm
Yesterday morning, Above The Law, a website that reports news on law firms and law schools, broke the news that a fake student had infiltrated Columbia Law School. The student, going by... Read More
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