Barnard names Ariana González Stokas, TC ’10, as inaugural Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
After a yearlong search, Ariana González Stokas, TC ‘10, will serve as the first ever Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, President Sian Beilock announced in an email Thursday morning....
Barnard’s Student Government Association announced the results of this year’s council elections on Wednesday afternoon. This year, nearly half of the races were uncontested and dominated by incumbents....
“THE MCBAIN FACADE IS UNSTABLE AND UNSAFE,” the poster read. Then, in bold underline: “SO AM I.”
Updated on March 26, 2019 at 9:57 p.m.
Former U.S. Representative Beto O’Rourke, CC ’95, declared his candidacy for president on Thursday, joining a diverse and crowded democratic field of challengers looking to deny President Donald Trump a second term....
Barnard’s Student Government Association announced the creation of a new Muslim prayer space and ratified a new constitution, creating new roles on the council dedicated to issues of equity at a jam-packed weekly meeting on Monday....
Bollinger’s fundraising for Columbia has set records. What do his methods mean for the University’s future?
When University President Lee Bollinger announced the launch of Columbia Commitment in spring 2017, the $5-billion-in-5-year campaign proposed a vision for the University with seven major initiatives specifically geared toward connecting scholarly work with broad, global impact....
“Be prepared for the worst”: Bollinger warns that legal challenges could mean an end to affirmative action
University President Lee Bollinger, a leading legal scholar and advocate for affirmative action, warned universities to prepare for a potential end to race-conscious admissions processes, a possibility that he said is now more likely than ever....
First Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans spoke about the potential collapse of the European Union and outlined means for remedying its fragmentation during an address in Low Library on Monday....
At Wednesday’s first-year forum, SGA’s first-year elections saw the number of candidates decline to an unprecedented low.