The overall satisfaction among all students who responded to the survey was .87 on a scale from -3 to 3. Respondents said that they were most satisfied with safety, with a rank of 1.66 on the same scale, and least satisfied with funding, with a rank of -.18.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science Committee on Instruction voted unanimously to remove the preprofessional requirement from the undergraduate core, beginning with the class of 2018.
Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies is launching a new program to encourage women to pursue careers in computer science.
A jury has found Roberto Nunez, 32, guilty of shooting three men in a parked car last June, just a few blocks from Columbia.
Spectator sat down on Friday with Joe Ienuso, the executive vice president of facilities, to talk about Manhattanville construction progress, the University’s retail corridor, new academic centers, and a host of other issues.
About 100 people strolled by two sad Riverside Park port-a-potties on Saturday as part of the second annual walkathon of the Green Outlook Project: an effort to build high-tech, solar-powered, environmentally friendly composting toilets in the park.
After completing the structure of the science center—the first building on Columbia’s new 17-acre campus—earlier this month, construction workers have moved on to the glassy wall that will enclose the Renzo Piano-designed building.
Shekeema Peters woke up one Saturday morning to the smell of sewage emanating from the ground floor of her apartment building.
After another blowout loss form Columbia football, it has become harder to summon optimism.
Despite going toe-to-toe with Dartmouth in the first half, the Light Blue fell 6-2.
The Light Blue's dismal season continued at Dartmouth on Saturday, as Dartmouth won 56-0.
Head coach Pete Mangurian saw multiple areas of concern following the Light Blue's sixth straight loss.
After a triple overtime victory, Princeton sits atop the Ivy League rankings.
The Light Blue picked up two goals after halftime to press past Dartmouth for its first Ivy win.
Despite getting on the board early, the Light Blue surrendered four goals to lose in Hanover.
Field hockey and women's soccer lost at Dartmouth while men's soccer picked up the win. Meanwhile, volleyball lost a close one against Cornell.
The Lions lost a 3-2 match to Cornell for the second time this season over the weekend.
Columbia students needs to focus on learning in the moment, not maximizing their appeal on paper.
A response to Romo's piece; why his claims about depression are misinformed.
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