About 20 student activists marched into Butler Library calling to “decolonize Columbia,” carrying signs and chanting slogans denouncing white supremacy Wednesday afternoon....
1968 to Now: Fifty years after police violence, University has little oversight of NYPD presence on campus
This story is part of a series on the 1968 protests at Columbia and their present-day implications fifty years later.
In many ways, the day Michael Tong learned he was valedictorian was just like any other. Checking his email in bed, he saw the message from Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science Mary Boyce telling him he had won the award....
Columbia’s faculty, often leaders in their fields, are esteemed due to the high quality of research they produce—but their teaching ability does not always meet such a high standard....
Executive Vice President and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences David Madigan will be stepping down from his administrative position after five years in the role, University President Lee Bollinger announced in an email Friday....
Five Columbia College alumni were honored at the John Jay Awards dinner Wednesday night.
Lerner Hall will be renovated to include more community-oriented spaces beginning next week, the Student Affairs Committee announced at the University Senate plenary meeting on Friday....
Aiming to bridge resource gap for students of color, minority faculty shoulder unofficial advising roles
Chaya Crowder, CC ’14, first met political science professor Fredrick Harris when he advised her on summer research her sophomore year.
For the first time in its history, women make up 49 percent of the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s first-year class—a level of diversity achieved by few of SEAS’ peers—but that equity has lagged among SEAS’ 16 percent female faculty, hitting some departments particularly hard....