New reports released Friday from the Senate’s quality of life survey reveal that undergraduate students are least satisfied with academic advising and career preparation and most satisfied with on-campus interviews and recruiting.
The resolution, which passed 51 to 8 with one abstention, will go into effect in July 2014. It outlines 17 areas where smoking will be allowed—four on campus, and 13 directly surrounding campus.
The University Senate failed to vote Friday on a resolution that would effectively ban smoking on the Morningside Heights campus because too few senators attended the plenary to meet quorum.
At its latest plenary, the University Senate discussed a proposed resolution from the Task Force on Smoking Policy, which, if passed, would ban smoking from the Morningside campus, but is still subject to change.
The University Senate’s task force on smoking policy will put forth a proposal at Friday’s plenary meeting to create designated smoking areas around campus, an idea pitched by some attendees at last week’s smoking town hall.
Columbia needs to close its endless debate on the smoking policy.
At a town hall event, the University Senate continued the debate over future smoking restrictions on Columbia's campus.
Four students have enrolled in NROTC so far, three from the School of General Studies and one from Columbia College.
A cursory glance around campus confirms what a University Senate task force report claims: the ban on smoking within 20 feet of building entrances has not been enforced.
Health Commissioner Thomas Farley told the Fundamentals of Global Health class that he wanted to “talk about the way in which we think about public health in New York City.”
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