University President Lee Bollinger and Barnard President Deborah Spar both said they oppose a recent boycott of Israeli universities by the American Studies Association in statements released Friday and Sunday.
Columbia/Barnard Hillel kicked off its first-ever Mental Health Awareness Month last week.
Administrators and student leaders hope to take action to address what many students see as a lack of community on Columbia’s campus—but there are still many opinions on what those actions should be.
Religion and education complement, enrich, and strengthen each other.
Nearly 50 students participated in Columbia’s third Interfaith Service Hop this weekend, attending services outside of their religion across campus and the city.
Pro-Israel groups must recognize that apartheid exists before discussion can take place.
Hillel and C-SJP should reflect positive developments in Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine need to be held accountable for preventing campus discussion.
Open dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian student groups is essential to progress.
We can understand the Arab-Israeli conflict better by looking at its human side.
Mar 10, 9:38am
Good morning, Columbia. We omitted the exclamation mark because at this point in the morning you may already have a caffeine headache. Midterms are just the best. On the bright... Read More
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