Massawa reopens after yearlong renovation, with hopes of charming the community with more good eats and live music
Savory aromas and groovy music spill out of Massawa’s large open windows and onto the sidewalk, drifting up and down Amsterdam Avenue and enticing customers old and new. People stop by to inspect the newly renovated Eritrean-Ethiopian restaurant....
Goodbye, golden arches: Columbia to redevelop McDonald’s property as part of Manhattanville expansion
A familiar community locus for residents looking for a quick bite, the McDonald’s restaurant on 125th Street and Broadway will close on Sept. 9, the store announced earlier this week. The building will be demolished and redeveloped as part of Columbia’s Manhattanville expansion....
Following a 14-year plan to expand the boundaries of Columbia through the Manhattanville campus, plans for buildings originally slated to be part of the first phase of construction have faced fundraising delays....
Shaquan Nelson, SEAS ’19, takes a long pause when asked to describe his clothing label in one sentence. After turning the question over in his mind for a couple of moments, his face lights up and he says....
Week in Review: Increasing tuition, first VP for diversity, equity and inclusion, and Dr. Wallace Broecker
From a nook on the ground floor of the Quad, arguably one of Barnard’s most architecturally introspective structures, a love of the sartorial has connected Columbia’s only dedicated fashion magazine not only to the rest of the campus, but to readers far beyond the 116th Street gates....
Chirping cranes, buzzing jackhammers, and the singsong of truck backup alarms are the sounds that Matt Reid has been waking up to since the start of Columbia’s Manhattanville construction, which began in 2009. Reid is a resident of 3333 Broadway, a 35-story apartment complex directly adjacent to the north side of Columbia's Manhattanville campus construction site....
Columbia sisters Zehra and Sophia Naqvi empower underrepresented communities with entrepreneurial fashion label GLO
“Beauty has no skin tone.” “My culture is not your costume.” “Eliminate girl hate.”
A tiger and a bear wanted to become human beings. A god promised to make their dream come true if the tiger and the bear went to a cave and survived only on water and garlic. The tiger quit, but the bear persevered and was transformed into the first Korean, going on to create the aboriginal generation of Korean people....