“Once upon a time, I believed that fair and equal were real … I trusted in justice and justice let me down,” writes Jennifer, an incarcerated author, whose most recent work appeared in the new Columbia student-led social justice journal titled That Which Remains....
It’s second semester, so hopefully (if you’re a first-year) you’ve figured out what the Core is.
Columbia and Paul Nungesser, CC ’15, have agreed to settle a lawsuit that he filed against the University in 2015.
On April 18, 2013, our daughter, Emma Sulkowicz, CC '15, reported that she was raped by a fellow student to the Office of Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct....
Shopping period is all about cracking down and getting serious. Of course, we're referring to which Netflix shows you should binge.
Dance classes, which are held at Barnard, come in a wide variety of styles. From ballet, to jazz, to Afro-Cuban dance, it's the best way to get rid of that looming P.E. requirement, or just learn a new skill and exercise....
For many of us, school (unfortunately) doesn't end when we turn in our last exams. For the overachieving, goal-oriented, and/or insane, summer is just another outlet to make their resumé oh-so impressive and shiny....
Columbia has won the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Paul Nungesser, CC '15, that alleged that the University discriminated against him by allowing Emma Sulkowicz, CC '15, to carry her mattress around campus as part of her senior thesis project....