In just the first month of the semester, residents in East Campus have been plagued by a slew of facilities issues, including mold infestations, erroneous fire alarms, and a lack of usable stoves. As it turns out, however, EC’s recent problems are not a novel phenomenon....
Following a string of false fire alarms in East Campus in the past two weeks, Columbia will now temporarily station Public Safety officers in the residence hall 24 hours a day to serve as “fire guards,” according to an email sent Wednesday evening to EC residents by Columbia Housing, Residential Life, and Fire Safety....
Updated September 5, 2018 at 8:21 p.m.
Student life fees for both the School of Engineering and Applied Science and Columbia College will increase to cover the rising costs of student groups. However, because Bacchanal is no longer funded as a governing board, the total amount allocated to governing boards is six percent less than last year....
The Steering Group on mental health will implement 14 major changes in health services and programming for the 2018-2019 academic year, including bolstering student trainings during the New Student Orientation Program and developing anti-overdose medication administration tutorials, Dean of Columbia College James Valentini announced in an email to undergraduates on Thursday....
Columbia College announced that 92 members of the Class of 2018 will be initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest honor society for liberal arts students at the university level....
This story is part of a series on the 1968 protests at Columbia and their present-day implications fifty years later.