The coming weeks represent an annual Columbia tradition, as seniors scramble for luxurious suites, juniors juggle their mixed options, and sophomores struggle to stay out of the shaft.
Administrators say they were surprised by students' difficulties in securing off-campus housing, and are considering measures to help.
Students and faculty take action to support Idle No More, a grassroots movement that is protesting a Canadian bill that changes land management on indigenous peoples' reserves.
Carmie Elmore, the owner of a BP station on 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Bouulevard, is suing the city to prevent his property from being razed for redevelopment purposes.
An organization is suing the Italian Academy, claiming it has abandoned its original mission and asking it to honor its original agreement to promoting Italian studies.
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