July 30, 12:27 PM

After two years of legal back-and-forth, a Columbia student will be allowed to sue the University, which he claims violated his Title IX rights in an adjudication process that found him responsible for sexual assault.

The student, identified by the pseudonym “John Doe,” initially filed a lawsuit against the


July 13, 2:53 PM

Barnard has hired Judit Revesz as the college’s official ombuds officer, according to an email sent from Barnard President Debora Spar on Wednesday.

“Judit will provide confidential and informal assistance to the entire College community,” Spar wrote. “Specifically, she will serve as an impartial advocate for fairness and a source

June 28, 7:31 PM

Barnard will no longer require SAT Subject Tests or SAT/ACT essay scores for its applications.

The changes come shortly after Columbia announced earlier this month that it would also be dropping Subject Test and SAT/ACT written score requirements.

According to Barnard’s admissions website, applicants for the fall of 2017

May 5, 2:56 PM

Spectator examines the state of the College in the Bollinger era.

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

February 19, 12:57 AM

A new exhibit at Rio II Gallery opening Friday aims to give both Columbia students and local residents a new way to engage with the issue of mass incarceration.

“Through Different Eyes:...

November 19, 5:47 AM

This weekend looks at brand-building in the age of social media.

November 17, 3:33 AM

Christine Rosenblatt’s “Missing Gemini” features solid musical composition and an engaging plot, despite some structural issues.

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...


July 23, 3:27 PM

Maodo Lo, CC ’16, will sign a deal to play with Brose Baskets of Bamberg, Germany, Spanish journalist Chema de Lucas of Gigantes del Basket reported on Friday. 

Lo, a native of...

July 22, 7:21 PM

Columbia announced on Friday that construction has started on a new indoor practice facility at the Baker Athletics Complex.

Already referred to as the “Bubble at Baker,” the project will add a...

July 23, 5:28 PM

Junior Akua Obeng-Akrofi is heading to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympics, where she’ll look to represent Ghana in the 4x100m relay. 

Part of a five-person team in the event,...

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

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...


April 14, 8:40 PM
At 4 p.m. on Thursday afternoon, about 40 Columbia Divest for Climate Justice members—many of whom are still inside Low—entered the building while members of the Barnard Columbia Soildarity Network held a rally on Low Steps to show support for the group.

The Eye

April 27, 8:57 AM

“You know, I have no fond memories of Lerner, and I’ve spent so much darn time there.”

April 27, 7:42 AM

Nicholas Murray Butler’s name, if not his identity, commonly graces Columbia’s campus and the conversations of current college students. This article examines his past and his own self perception and how it contributed to the legacy he has left behind.

April 27, 5:16 AM

In its final issue, The Eye presents 11 personal anecdotes about Butler Library. From the alcoves to the stacks, and from 7 in the morning to 4:30 at night, these stories span the where and the when of Butler experience.

April 26, 11:08 PM

Faced with the task of organizing Columbia’s extensive book holdings, architects, librarians, and students of the University over the last century have battled with the impossibility of organizing the infinite. How, they wondered—and still do—do we create an ordered space that can at once curate and organize knowledge while accommodating