Updated December 3rd at 12:56 a.m.
3 decades, 3 banners: Students adorn Butler facade with names of female authors amid Core’s 100th anniversary
In 1989, Laura Hotchkiss Brown, GS ’89, attempted to protest the lack of female inclusion in Columbia’s curriculum by hanging a banner above the names of male writers on Butler Library. The banner—made by Brown and four of her friends—featured the names of eight influential female writers....
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad discussed racial tensions and government corruption at an address for the Columbia World Leaders Forum in Low Library on Wednesday. The event was widely criticized prior to Mahathird’s arrival due to his past anti-Semitic remarks....
CB9 votes to support creation of tenant rights task force, probes Bollinger on Manhattanville expansion at monthly board meeting
Members of Community Board 9, a local NYC advisory board that represents Morningside Heights, Manhattanville, and Hamilton Heights, discussed tenant harassment and property ownership programs at a monthly general board meeting that was attended by University President Lee Bollinger on Thursday night. For the first time, the board meeting was held at the Forum building on Columbia’s Manhattanville campus....