CCSC, ESC, and GSSC presidents presented a letter on Thursday to the University Senate Libraries and Digital Resources Committee, asking that undergraduates be allowed into the business school library at all times.
Acting Prime Minister of Tunisia Mehdi Jomaa talked about the challenges his government faces as it transitions to a democracy while promoting the country as a bright investment opportunity.
The fourth annual ADI DevFest will start on Feb. 1, culminating in a 24-hour hackathon a week later. Over 700 people have signed up for this year’s event, a new record that prompted organizers to see a larger space.
Business School professor Katherine Phillips released a paper considering the political and economic effects of having female national leaders in the School of International and Public Affairs' Journal of International Affairs.
A student at the School of International and Public Affairs is launching a website and mobile application, called Protestify, that she hopes will put a new spin on citizen journalism.
Adrienne Smith, Business '01 and a world champion football player, is spreading awareness about the lesser-known U.S. National Women's Football League.
Arthur J. Samberg, founder of Pequot Capital Management Inc., pledged $25 million, and Mario J. Gabelli, the chairman and CEO of investment firm GAMCO Investors Inc., pledged $15 million, Columbia announced Monday.
The lack of communication in the announcement of the Watson library school's revised hours seriously misrepresented the intention of the change.
The framing of the article was used to perpetuate an unfortunate us (Business School students)-versus-them (everyone else) stereotype.
This year, for the first time, only Columbia Business School students will be permitted to enter Uris’ Watson Library during the period of Business School finals, from May 5 to 17. The ban comes as Business School students’ longtime resentment of the undergraduate population in the library has approached a boiling point.
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Gerry Visco, the Classics academic administrator for 18 years, is easily recognizable by her bright eyeshadow, platinum tousled hair, and eccentric style. She has earned three degrees from Columbia including... Read More
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