Meryl Streep hopes President Donald Trump watches her upcoming film, “The Post,” and walks away with a message.
Anna Hidalgo, GSAS ’16, recalls feeling like a “trophy” when she began applying to graduate schools in 2014.
A fire broke out on the third floor of Ruggles Hall shortly after 11 p.m. on Wednesday night, charring walls and spewing smoke onto 114th Street.
A writer for this year’s Varsity Show has stepped down from the show’s creative team amid an allegation of sexual impropriety with members of the production, Spectator has learned....
A new, 2.2-million-dollar study conducted over two years by Columbia researchers has found that, by senior year, more than one-third of undergraduate women who participated in the survey experienced some form of assault, defined as sexualized touching, penetrative assault, or attempted penetrative assault....
Columbia has removed history professor William V. Harris from teaching, advising, and other student-related responsibilities following an accusation that Harris sexually harassed a student and retaliated against reports of that harassment.....
Newly obtained records show that Columbia is the subject of five ongoing investigations into its handling of sexual assault cases by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, the highest number of concurrent investigations that the University has ever faced....
University President Lee Bollinger, a legal scholar of the First Amendment, discussed the state of free speech on campus on Friday in an interview with Spectator. Three days earlier, hundreds of protesters disrupted an anti-immigration speech at Columbia by the white nationalist blogger Tommy Robinson....
Eight students walked into a class being taught by Executive Vice President for University Life Suzanne Goldberg Thursday afternoon, holding signs and passing out fliers that criticized Columbia’s gender-based misconduct policies....