Columbia's administration must publicly condemn NYPD surveillance of the MSA to the student body.
The Dems have collected 580 signatures expressing concern over President Bollinger's relationship with Kaplan.
As the focus of the University shifts, to some it appears that Bollinger is able to shift alongside it with ease.
“There is no plan B, and the reason for that is that in order to do something like this, you have to really just plunge ahead with the big plan and you have to make the best case you can for it,” University President Lee Bollinger said in a recent interview.
The Student Leaders Forum is a recent addition to Columbia’s World Leaders Forum tradition, which brings international figures to Morningside for speeches and panels.
At University President Lee Bollinger's fireside chat Tuesday, graduate students asked about the role of adjunct professors at the school, and why international students don't have an easier time getting loans.
University President Lee Bollinger's usual "Freedom of Speech and Press" class is off, but it could be replaced by a more global version.
President Bollinger refuted the argument that, in calling for greater freedom of expression, he is attempting to subject other cultures to American values.
Columbia has historically been an activist’s campus—basking in the memory and the legend of ’68, we draw in folks of strong opinions and talents on both sides of the spectrum (although we admittedly lean en masse toward one side).
Monday's fireside chat with University President Lee Bollinger hit on the free speech scholar's perennial favorites: globalization and Columbia’s place in it, and Manhattanville and the University’s need for space.
Apr 22, 9:20pm
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