The class of 2021′s Commencement ceremony will be held online this April, the Commencement Office announced on its website today. The ceremony will take place on Friday, April 30, at 10:30 a.m....
Columbia has officially ended its 14-year policy of divestment and non-investment in companies operating in Sudan. The board of trustees voted to lift the policy on Jan. 20 after a recommendation issued by the University’s Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing....
Executive Vice President for University Life Suzanne Goldberg to leave Columbia, join the Biden administration
Content warning: This article deals with themes of sexual violence.
Content warning: This article discusses issues of sexual violence.
Mary Boyce, the first female dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, will serve as Columbia’s chief academic officer starting in July, University President Lee Bollinger announced in an email Wednesday afternoon. She will be the first woman to serve as provost in University history....
After an unauthorized group trip abroad, 70 Business students have been temporarily banned from campus
After an unauthorized trip to Turks and Caicos, 70 students from the Business School have been barred from entering any campus facilities until Dec. 1....
As classrooms confine students to discussing social issues in theory, many have returned home to enact real change
Faced with another remote semester, some students have found themselves confronting issues hands-on at home that would have otherwise been left up for theoretical debate and discussion in their classes....
Mobilized African Diaspora demands Columbia confront its anti-Black history, gives administrators 48 hours to respond
After a summer of nationwide Black Lives Matter demonstrations, Columbia’s Mobilized African Diaspora has released a letter of demands in response to Columbia’s “empty promises and a clear lack of tangible institutional support for Black lives.”...