I’ve been having this recurring nightmare. I’m in a house, some old battered Victorian. It’s nighttime, quiet, and I’m gliding forward along the old floorboards of a long hallway. I’m looking for something, and though I don’t know what it is, I do have a kind of looming anxiety in the pit of my stomach. I come to a door at the end of the hall, and I know that I have to open it. It groans as it swings open, and I make out a large empty room through it. On the opposite wall: three more doors. Which to open?...
Five Columbia College alumni were honored at the 38th annual John Jay Awards Dinner on Thursday night.
It's impossible to predict what will end up defining a year before it begins. Who could have guessed that a single sculpture on South Lawn would result in a campus-wide controversy featured in multiple national and international publications? It would have been similarly difficult to predict how Bacchanal would find its way back onto our front page not once, not twice, but three times, due to growing student concerns that each concert will continue to prove to be worse than the last....
The moment we've all been waiting for has arrived: Housing lottery numbers have been posted online!
Quality of Life survey finds increase in satisfaction among most students, but decrease among low-income, disable, and transgender students
The 2015 Student Affairs Committee Quality of Life report highlighted an overall increase in student satisfaction since 2013. But three self-identified student demographics—low-income, those experiencing physical and mental disabilities, and transgender—reported a marked decrease in satisfaction....