Updated September 20, 2018 at 12:45 p.m.
Following a contentious debate, the University Senate passed a resolution that forbids all romantic and sexual relationships between undergraduates and faculty, staff, and TAs at the Senate plenary meeting on Friday....
1968 to Now: Closer relationships lead to more cohesive protesting for graduate and undergraduate students
This story is part of a series on the 1968 protests at Columbia and their present-day implications fifty years later.
Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons has unveiled a new financial aid policy guaranteeing debt-free graduation for its students, making it the first medical school in the country to institute scholarship-only financial aid....
Former Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., CC ’73, Law ’76, joined by two panelists, discussed the roots of gerrymandering and the stakes of an upcoming modification to the U.S. Census questions at a presentation hosted by the Holder Initiative....
Lack of standardization across Literature Humanities sections leaves some students without shared Core experience
Though Literature Humanities is intended to serve as a unifying course for Columbia undergraduates, instructors’ divergence from set teaching guidelines sometimes causes students to miss out on key aspects of this central experience....
Columbia, Barnard admissions say applicants disciplined for peaceful protests won’t be at a disadvantage
In response to protests regarding gun control by high school students, Columbia Undergraduate Admissions released a statement explaining that applicants facing “disciplinary action” due to peaceful protest will not be hindered during their admissions process....
Four panelists addressed the shortcomings of the #MeToo movement and potential means of improvement at a presentation titled “#MeToo - A Community Discussion - From #TimesUp to #TooMuch?” on Wednesday afternoon....
Two professors and two alumni were awarded the MacArthur “genius” grant for their work in architecture, computer science, and music.
Three panelists discussed the effect that polarization has on the U.S. Constitution, the separation of powers, and American society at a presentation titled “Coming to Terms with a Polarized Society” Wednesday evening....