David Ecker casts a critical eye over the critical structure of the Academy Awards.
I want to hold it in, but I can’t any longer; I just can’t. I love you.
I had been made so bitter and hurt by your liaisons with Steely Dan, Natalie Cole, and Herbie Hancock—that I had to leave you for Madame Pitchfork.
Amidst debate over research and teaching, we should reflect on and appreciate our inspiring professors.
Each year the Marshall Scholarships provide full funding for up to 40 American college graduates to study in the United Kingdom for two to three years.
Tough times forced Columbia to reduce the number of annual faculty award recipients this year, but the dinner celebration of Tuesday was not shy on lavish dishes and congratulatory speeches.
At Columbia and Barnard, students are applying for Fulbrights in greater numbers.
With four faculty members nabbing prestigious NIH awards, University faculty say they’re looking forward to the research they can now pursue with the grants.
On Tuesday, ten Columbia student-athletes were recognized with 2008-09 Fall Academic All-Ivy honors. To be eligible, each recipient must be a starter or a key reserve on an official varsity team while maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
For his groundbreaking work on climate change, geochemistry professor and researcher Wallace Broecker, CC ’53, won the prestigious Balzan Award for science achievement last week.
On Friday afternoon, while most students were hauling away their things and leaving campus, members of the Columbia baseball team were hauling in some prestigious postseason accolades.
Apr 21, 9:45am
Good morning! According to various weather sites, it’s going to be 65 degrees with nary a cloud in sight. Less than a month until graduation. Because you’re worth it. In... Read More
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It’s late. You’re up. And 4/20 is officially over—let’s do this. A little bird tweeted: Clearly, my favorite HAIM sister is celebrating 4/20 Vvvvrrooommmmm vrrroommmm vrrrooommmmmmm — ESTE FUCKING HAIM (@jizziemcguire)... Read More
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This is the second in a two-part series on the NYC apartment struggle. In Part I, we brought you through the housing search and visiting the apartment. Part II will... Read More
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