Barnard and the residents are suing the dorm’s developer, Artimus Construction, over what they say is shoddy construction. But the lawsuit is moving slowly, and the parties are working toward a settlement.
Columbia baseball looks to hit their stride after a rough start to league play.
Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute, said that scientists need to find solutions to the issue of humanity’s dependence on groundwater, as well as the disasters caused by the increasing prevalence of droughts and floods.
After winning five of their last six games, the Lions will face Harvard, which is playing under new management this year as well as Dartmouth, whose pitching has been superb.
Though the Lions prevailed in a competitive first game, the Jaspers blanked Columbia to tie the series.
The “It’s Always Sunny at Columbia” party is the only party running for the Columbia College Student Council executive board—the first time in four years that the race for top council positions is uncontested.
Vice President Joe Biden attended a memorial service at the J-School for alumnus Richard Ben Cramer and greeted students on College Walk afterward.
Rather than competition, the divide between U.S. and Chinese culture should be fraught with a genuine interest to learn about the other's culture.
Philip Pitruzzello, vice president of development for the Manhattanville campus, explained the University’s vision to blend the future campus with its surrounding neighborhood through commercial partnerships and design principles in a talk with students Tuesday.
Columbia's strongest opponents have been some of the shortest players, showing that the Lions must have a strong defensive mindset in order to come out victories in their upcoming home games.
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