At the intersection of 119th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, there is a nondescript black door that resembles the entrance to a parking garage. This doorway leads to an expanse of dumpsters and a series of signs that directs pedestrians along a pathway to Columbia’s campus.
General Studies Student Council elected its chief finance representative, Daniel Desa, GS ’15 and, as its new vice president of finance last week.
Barnard students will soon be logging out of eBear permanently and instead signing in to myBarnard, which administrators believe is a more user-friendly web portal.
One year after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on Lower Manhattan and parts of the outer boroughs, Columbia researchers still believe that New York City has yet to make its infrastructure more secure against storms.
Though some locals and preservation advocates remain staunchly opposed to the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine’s controversial plans to build a 15-story apartment building on church grounds, Cathedral representatives said Wednesday that they’re working to amend the plans to reflect the community’s concerns.
Four years ago, Stephanie Interbartolo decided to turn the vacant lot next to her Harlem brownstone into a haunted garden, filled with inflatable monsters, spider webs, and artificial fog.
Harlem’s Jewish community took to the streets Sunday, singing and dancing to welcome a new Torah to their synagogue—the first one dedicated in Harlem in over 70 years.
As sports has transitioned into being more and more of a moneymaker, there has a been a major shift in attitudes as well.
This weekend, the men's and women's cross country teams head to the Ivy league championships at Princeton with hopes of solidifying their standing and besting their rivals.
This weekend the Lions head to New Haven to take on the injury riddled Bulldogs of Yale.
The Light Blue men's soccer team will look to break a tie for fifth place in the Ancient Eight this weekend against the Bulldogs.
Columbia's women's soccer team has yet to win an Ancient Eight game, but this weekend against Yale may be the perfect time to break that.
Columbia's volleyball team is to embark on a four-game road stretch, looking to make progress and grab some league wins.
Dear New York Times, I believe that I am the best candidate for Assistant Managing Editor. I have always been a talented writer. My Facebook comments regularly receive 3+ likes.
I think we can all agree that a student’s economic background, just like his or her race or ethnicity, shouldn’t negatively impact his or her chances of attending university.
The University should not perceive immersion in a culture as more important than the benefits of a global perspective and experience.
Arts and Entertainment
With puppets and parasols—but no pointe shoes—Matthew Bourne’s “Sleeping Beauty” transports the fairy tale to the 21st century with contemporary choreography that still alludes to Petipa’s masterpiece.
Slovenian philosopher and former visiting professor Slavoj Žižek is featured in a new film by Sophie Fiennes.
Birdbath Neighborhood Bakery's fare is like modern French cuisine in Jean-Georges, except applied to pasteries on a boulangerie-café level.
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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