This semester, University senators are trying to alleviate the space crunch that limits students’ studying options during finals season.
University senators discussed an open-access policy for research and scholarly publications at Friday’s plenary, the third meeting of a relatively quiet semester.
The newly formed advisory committee will review technology on campus after numerous student complaints about inadequacies in the campus printing system and LionMail.
At the intersection of 119th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, there is a nondescript black door that resembles the entrance to a parking garage. This doorway leads to an expanse of dumpsters and a series of signs that directs pedestrians along a pathway to Columbia’s campus.
The overall satisfaction among all students who responded to the survey was .87 on a scale from -3 to 3. Respondents said that they were most satisfied with safety, with a rank of 1.66 on the same scale, and least satisfied with funding, with a rank of -.18.
Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, has won the special election with 27.4 percent of the vote.
For the first time in Columbia College history, students will be asked to vote on a ballot initiative emanating from a student group.
While the race for Columbia College’s seat in University Senate this year is highly contested, the candidates generally shared the same stances on issues discussed at a debate Sunday afternoon.
An endorsement for the new University Senator.
The race for Columbia College’s next University Senator is heating up, as nine students have officially declared their candidacy for the elections next week.
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