April 27, 3:24 PM
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University officials said that Columbia does not have a policy that prohibits employees from speaking other languages following a petition circulated by Student-Worker Solidarity last week alleged that workers at Blue Java Coffee Bar in Butler Library are prohibited from speaking Spanish in the presence of students.

News

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April 26, 9:36 PM
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At the Native American Council’s fifth annual powwow, students and guests wearing Native American regalia performed dances in order to commemorate and celebrate Native American culture.    

April 24, 10:55 AM
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The current NINJa student printing system will be replaced with the new global printing queue system, Pharos, by next fall, Gaspare LoDuca, vice president and chief information officer of Columbia University Information Technology, announced in an email to students Tuesday. The system will be piloted throughout campus this summer.

April 27, 3:24 PM
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University officials said that Columbia does not have a policy that prohibits employees from speaking other languages following a petition circulated by Student-Worker Solidarity last week alleged that workers at Blue Java Coffee Bar in Butler Library are prohibited from speaking Spanish in the presence of students.

April 24, 4:25 PM
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Student Worker Solidarity wrote and circulated a petition this week asking for better treatment of workers at Blue Java Coffee Bar in Butler Library.

April 24, 5:48 PM

History professor Christopher Brown will serve as the new vice provost for faculty affairs, Provost John Coatsworth announced Wednesday.

Arts & Entertainment

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April 23, 1:33 AM
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The newest exhibit at the Callicoon Fine Arts gallery features immersive multimedia artwork from three Dubai-based artists.

April 24, 3:04 AM
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Morris Dickstein spoke to Spectator about his new memoir, Why Not Say What Happened, which follows his undergraduate experience at the University.

April 23, 2:35 AM
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Taking place in the picturesque Swiss countryside, “Clouds of Sils Maria” explores the desperation and loneliness of one struggling actress.

April 23, 2:31 AM
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With six performances over five days, “Rhythm in Motion” pushes the boundaries of form and rhythm while featuring commentary on everything from racism to climate change.

Sports

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April 26, 9:15 PM
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Men’s golf could not keep pace with Penn over the course of three rounds at Ivy League Championships, ending the weekend in fourth.

April 26, 9:12 PM
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The Light Blue and the Quakers matched each other run-for-run and hit-for-hit in the weekend’s four-game series.

April 26, 9:13 PM

The Light Blue ended its season on a sour note, winning just one of four games against the Quakers.

April 26, 9:04 PM

The Light Blue tied the game with 11 seconds left of regulation play, before falling 9-8 in extra time.

 

Multimedia

April 8, 5:01 PM
Orli Matlow, GS/JTS '15 and Spectrum deputy editor, continues her tour of the dorms and tries to find love along the way.

The Eye

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April 22, 5:56 AM
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Mario Ančić discusses choosing law school after tennis and how sports have influenced his outlook on life.

April 22, 3:21 AM

Columbia University expands the use for humanities in the digital age.

April 22, 12:24 AM
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The author examines the Peter Pan bus stop, the negative space between the destinations.

April 22, 6:13 AM

In this week’s episode, priapism is key.