February 2, 11:19 PM

Associate Provost and Director of the International Students and Scholars Office David Austell announced increased staffing and support in the office at Thursday’s University Life Forum regarding recent immigration legislation.

The forum was prompted by an executive order issued by President Donald Trump that restricts immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries,

  • News
    | Student Life
    February 2, 5:01 AM
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    Suicide among undergraduates at Columbia has become increasingly frequent in recent years, a fact that is painfully evident to students, faculty, and administrators after a series of deaths in the last two months.

    Nearly half of the students who have died by suicide in the last decade took their own

  • Opinion
    | Staff Editorials
    February 2, 4:20 AM
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    "To say that these events have shaken our community would be an understatement. Each subsequent notification of the death of friends and classmates has been not only deeply distressing but, also, increasingly surreal. Above all, it has made one thing clear to both the 141st editorial board and the campus

  • News
    | Administration
    February 2, 12:30 AM

    In the wake of several student deaths and the ensuing discussion of mental health on campus, administrators are feeling a heightened sense of urgency around revisiting a policy that would lower the number of credits Columbia College and School of General Studies students can take per semester.

    Last spring,

  • News
    | Administration
    February 2, 2:06 AM

    Last year, the administration of Columbia College was restructured to more closely integrate faculty with students through the new position of a dean of Academic Planning and Administration. A year later, undergraduates have yet to see the benefits of these reforms.

    Currently, there is no standardized advising structure across Arts

  • News
    | Student Life
    February 1, 11:54 PM

    Following vandalism of the doors of East Asian students in several residence halls this week, administrators have launched an investigation to determine whether the incident was racially biased.

    According to an email sent to East Asian cultural student groups Wednesday afternoon from Melinda Aquino, associate dean of multicultural affairs with

  • Opinion
    | Columns
    February 3, 12:44 AM

    “Why do queer Arab people die?”

News

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February 2, 11:19 PM

Associate Provost and Director of the International Students and Scholars Office David Austell announced increased staffing and support in the office at Thursday’s University Life Forum regarding recent immigration legislation.

The forum was prompted by an executive order issued by President Donald Trump that restricts immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries,

February 2, 5:01 AM
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Suicide among undergraduates at Columbia has become increasingly frequent in recent years, a fact that is painfully evident to students, faculty, and administrators after a series of deaths in the last two months.

Nearly half of the students who have died by suicide in the last decade took their own

February 2, 4:31 AM

Earlier this month, in the span of a week, students received three emails with subject lines reading “Notification of a Student Death.”

Making up just one facet of the mechanism of “postvention,” the administration’s response to student suicide, emails like these highlight the complexity of dealing with the aftermath.

In

September 14, 2:06 AM

A 26-year-old woman was allegedly attacked and sexually assaulted on Manhattan Avenue, near Barnard residence hall Cathedral Gardens, early on Saturday morning.

September 11, 8:58 AM

Chief Executive Officer of YWCA Dara Richardson-Heron, BC ’85, inspired students at Barnard’s 126th convocation to take on challenges headfirst and lead with passion, as she shared her experiences overcoming sexism, breast cancer, and discrimination.

Richardson-Heron, who spoke to a crowd of over 500 students, alumni, and faculty at Riverside

Arts & Entertainment

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February 2, 1:02 AM

The Chinese Students Club’s 38th annual Lunar Gala fashion show promises to be different this year: more extravagant, more dramatic, and “more special.”

At least that’s what the fashion show’s co-director...

January 30, 10:44 PM

Quarto Magazine, the official undergraduate literary magazine of Columbia’s creative writing department, named Cathy Guo, CC ’17, as the winner of its annual chapbook contest for her series of poems about her...

January 26, 1:02 AM

“It is no longer a matter of trying to subvert or intrude. Those strategies are now recognized and invited. Now it is a matter of finessing, which is certainly not enough.”

This...

October 22, 1:42 AM

James Elkington and Nathan Salsburg open up about the origins of their folk duo, recording long-distance, and how their second album, “Ambsace,” came to be.

October 22, 5:03 AM

Fashion and Virtue: Textile Patterns and the Print Revolution, 1520-1620,” the newest exhibit at the Met, combines interdisciplinary art media to juxtapose recently rediscovered Renaissance-era textile pattern books against the broader context...

Sports

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February 1, 11:26 PM

Men’s basketball will host Yale and Brown this weekend in the team’s second back-to-back conference games of the season.

The Light Blue (9-8, 3-1 Ivy) is coming off a pair of hard-fought...

February 2, 12:30 AM

Women’s basketball will look to build on last weekend's thrilling games with road contests against Yale on Friday and Brown on Saturday.

Columbia (11-6, 1-3 Ivy) played its longest game...

February 1, 11:18 PM

No. 19 men’s tennis will return to the Dick Savitt Tennis Center to face Buffalo in its home opener on Saturday.

The Lions (1-1) split their weekend matches in Stillwater, Oklahoma, last...

May 3, 6:38 PM

After steadily climbing through the ranks for the past three years, the Columbia fencing team found its true comeback in the 2014-15 season. The Lions capped their historical season with No. 1...

May 20, 12:12 PM
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Lions, Tigers, and Bears…Oh my.

Apparently it was once a goal of mine to make this the lede of one of my columns—it just shows you how far and how long its...

Multimedia

January 31, 2:39 AM
In a protest organized by the Graduate Workers of Columbia against President Donald Trump’s recent immigration ban, hundreds of students and faculty members assembled in front of Low Library to share personal testimonies and calls to action. After the protest on the Steps, a smaller contingent of students headed to Columbus Circle, where they continued the march toward Times Square and eventually Bryant Park. There, Columbia students joined other students from schools like NYU and The New School.

The Eye

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January 31, 2:26 AM

Barack Obama led a quiet existence in his two years at Columbia College.

January 31, 3:41 AM
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Parth, Ana, and Rébecca are back at it as they write a letter because they are The Eye’s editors.

January 31, 2:10 AM

Columbia students flock to the parks every week to run. Gavrielle Jacobovitz jogs alongside some of these students to talk about stress culture, safety, and the beauty of running.

January 31, 1:56 AM

Hundreds of thousands attended the Women’s March on Washington, among them Barnard students, who boarded sponsored buses early in the morning to march in D.C. Through the masses and the chants, this group of Barnard students becomes part of a nationwide phenomenon.