Spectator sat down with Rep. Charles Rangel to talk about city elections, health care reform, international relations, and his political future.
This spring, I relived a moment that will probably stay with me for the rest of my life. One year earlier, my first patient died on me.
The new confidential discretionary fund will cover students when they choose not to avail themselves of their own plan for personal reasons, or when their plan does not cover the desired services.
Some concerns remain about Columbia’s impending entry into the online marketplace, among them questions about intellectual property rights, grading, and Columbia’s brand.
This year, abortion became a component of the Columbia insurance plan and is no longer covered by a once-required fee, leaving students who remain on their parents’ or their own insurance policies without guaranteed coverage.
Health is the determinant in whether or not people worldwide can succeed.
As privileged Columbia students, our notion of healthy is a little skewed.
Repealing Obama's bill would burden college students.
Karen Singleton said five reports of sexual assault—an unprecedented number—were filed with the disciplinary hearing committee last semester.
The numerous reforms of the Affordable Care Act promise opportunities that will be convenient for some, and heaven-sent for others.
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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