There is so much talent entering the community but no innovation leaving it.
The immigration crisis poses very real consequences for Columbia’s ability to attract and educate international students, the hallmark of a global university in a global city.
I spent my college years doing exactly what I wanted to do without much thought for what would happen after graduation.
There is little consciousness on campus of what the practical and political realities of having a large international population are.
The University should offer a greater range of services to prepare students for employment.
The university gives students the character and perspective to handle any job that they will face.
When simply finding employment is a given, attention shifts to finding the right job.
Students obtain preprofessional training by virtue of their busy day-to-day schedules.
Students majoring in humanities are not wasting their time.
The West Harlem Development Corporation took a major step on Monday, funding 500 summer jobs for local kids.
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