Reforming student collaboration in senate meetings would allow for more openness in the proceedings.
The ballot measure for fossil fuel divestment introduced in yesterday's elections is an important step in empowering students and environmental activism.
For local residents, the health care legislation in Washington will have a major impact in West Harlem and Morningside Heights.
Today’s is the last episode of the semester. I have sought to clear the underbrush and cobwebs from our collective conception of Columbia, and in the last column I proposed new guiding principles for the institution.
There is nothing new about universities supporting international collaborative efforts—research projects, exchanges of students and faculty, specific short-term partnerships around urgent issues, etc.
Our inquiry into “fixing Columbia” began by examining the challenges facing us—a necessary process. While it’s easy to harp on problems, it’s much harder to creatively generate solutions from whole cloth. Yet solutions are crucial to our quest.
Dec 7, 2:09pm
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