To Rashel Mejia, CC ’22, who grew up in the Bronx and went to high school just 20 minutes away from Morningside Heights, Columbia’s campus seemed insurmountably distant....
A man was arrested on Columbia’s campus following a report of public lewdness in Uris Hall Saturday night.
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David J. Greenwald, LAW ’83, Victor H. Mendelson, CC ’89, Julie Jacobs Menin, CC ’89, Julissa Reynoso, LAW ’01, and Kathy Surace-Smith, LAW ’84 will serve as members of the Columbia board of trustees starting in September, the University announced Wednesday....
After Columbia University College Republicans invited white nationalists Mike Cernovich and Tommy Robinson to speak on campus in the past year, protests from hundreds of outraged students sparked a campus-wide debate on freedom of speech, culminating in the creation of two University Senate resolutions outlining guidelines for freedom of expression and academic speech....
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Current student activists and alumni who participated in Columbia’s historic 1968 protests voiced their support for the graduate student union at a talk on the legacy of student activism Friday night....
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.