Many involved in the wellness movement feel that the conversation has grown this semester, pushing for specific policy changes. But the past few months have also seen a rise in some students questioning the purpose of the movement.
NEWS: Student Life
The Columbia University Central and Eastern European Club aims to bring together students, professors, scholars, and professionals with interest in the region—even as enrollment in classes relating to Central and Eastern Europe has been falling.
While students expressed holiday cheer at the annual tree lighting ceremony on Thursday night, they also remembered South African freedom fighter and former President Nelson Mandela, who passed away earlier in the day.
The Student Governing Board recognized six new groups and floated a new student forum initiative at a town hall meeting on Thursday evening, even as student groups represented by the board have faced funding cuts.
This semester, University senators are trying to alleviate the space crunch that limits students’ studying options during finals season.
The Engineering Student Council elected Print@CU creator Sam Aarons, SEAS ’14, its new director of technology on Monday.
Each week, a group of Columbia students engages in diplomacy from the comfort of dorm rooms.
The process for student groups to reserve space is getting easier, Activities Board at Columbia leaders announced at the board’s annual town hall last week.
After months of discussion, Columbia Law School will install public Wi-Fi for Law library patrons not affiliated with the Law School, effective immediately.
After students expressed dissatisfaction with housing changes during this year’s Columbia Urban Experience pre-orientation program, the group’s new leaders are hoping to discuss potential changes to next year’s program.
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