Fifteen first-years will have the opportunity to spend their summer abroad, fully funded by the University.
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.
Students often complain about the perceived lack of community on Columbia’s campus through conversations, petitions, and forums on the issue, and are still grappling to find solutions to the issue.
The second annual Columbia Giving Day, an event in which the four undergraduate schools compete to raise the most money in a 24 hour period, started at midnight on Tuesday night with the launch of the Senior Fund.
Global Centers administrators still have concerns about the visibility of the network among students, so the third day of the Global Centers directors’ summit focused on how to make global programs more appealing to undergraduates.
Names and faces: the administrators and student council leaders you should know this fall.
In a long-awaited report, the Educational Policy and Planning Committee has recommended eliminating the lecture portion of Frontiers of Science and rebuilding the course around its small seminars.
Administrators have been receptive to the Student Wellness Project’s Wellness Summit Report, group leaders say.
The Student Wellness Project sent a report to Columbia College Dean James Valentini on Monday that calls for a reform of the New Student Orientation Program, the implementation of a first semester pass/fail policy, and a restructuring and expansion of Counseling and Psychological Services.
Physics professor Emlyn Hughes told administrators he wished last week's Frontiers of Science stunt had unfolded differently, though he has not issued an apology to those who were offended or an explanation to students.
Mar 11, 6:01pm
The removal of a banner that advertised Students for Justice in Palestine’s Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall sparked debate on campus today. The banner, which read “Stand for Justice. Stand... Read More
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