Over the course of 2019, I vowed to remind myself to remember. I served as managing editor that year, and each day contained so much content, crises, and waking hours that sometimes I couldn’t remember what had happened the night before. So I set out on a simple project: at the end of each day, I wrote down one memory from the prior 24 hours, something that I thought I would want to look back on years down the line. I made a promise to myself not to read them again until after December came to a close—I considered it a retirement gift from me to me....
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Graduate students began a weeklong strike Tuesday morning, chanting slogans and carrying signs along a picket line across College Walk as they protested the University's refusal to bargain with the graduate student union....
Economics has been reclassified as a STEM major for Columbia College and General Studies students, the International Students and Scholars Office announced on Wednesday. This means that international students studying economics are now eligible to stay an extra two years in the United States after graduation under a federal law that benefits international students with STEM degrees....
Columbia refuses to bargain with graduate student union, moves to challenge labor board decision in federal court
Columbia has decided not to bargain with graduate students and will instead seek a review of the status of teaching and research assistants in federal court, Provost John Coatsworth announced in a letter to the Columbia community on Tuesday....
The Double Discovery Center has appointed Teachers College alumna Kecia Hayes as its new executive director, Columbia College announced Thursday morning....