The state of speech: A divided campus, an adamant administration, and the debate that isn’t taking place
When Justin Kim, CC ’21, attended Columbia University College Republicans’ Tommy Robinson event last October, he anticipated fervent protests but didn’t expect to find himself at the center of the conflict....
Legal experts debate whether to hold fossil fuel companies liable for costs related to climate change
The Law School hosted a panel on whether fossil fuel companies can be held liable for the monetary costs of climate change on Monday night.
A group of undocumented Columbia students spoke of their experience at an event at Broadway Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, voicing concern for the future and calling on classmates to advocate for policies to protect undocumented youth....
Nepalese Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba spoke about his nation’s dedication to democracy during an address on Thursday as part of Columbia’s World Leaders Forum....