November 25, 3:37 AM

The gathering was one of several that erupted across New York City on Tuesday night—albeit smaller and quieter than rallies that eventually came to occupy the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and RFK bridges.

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November 25, 3:37 AM

The gathering was one of several that erupted across New York City on Tuesday night—albeit smaller and quieter than rallies that eventually came to occupy the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and RFK bridges.

November 25, 3:27 AM

After four years of summer research programs, the K=1 Criticality Project, an undergraduate-driven nuclear think tank, was granted status as an official University center last week.

 
November 25, 4:01 AM

Custom-designed to fit under Central Park’s bridges, the ambulances cost $150,000 to $175,000 apiece. Two of the unit’s three vehicles were destroyed in a fire last Thursday.

November 25, 3:55 AM

It’s the first time that a class council is building its annual programming around a specific charity.

Arts & Entertainment

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November 25, 2:13 AM

After moving the event from January to November and experiencing a large drop in fundraising, CUDM saw a small increase in the money raised this weekend compared to fall 2013.

November 25, 2:13 AM

Adhemar Ahmad, who sells books and plays chess at 112th Street and Broadway, celebrated the release of his first book, “Hannibal Barca,” on Monday.

November 19, 1:45 AM
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KCST’s production of “Titus Andronicus” engages with contemporary notions of prejudice and sexual violence.

November 25, 12:18 AM

The new cafe on 97th and Broadway offers patrons rich coffees and pastries in a relaxed enviorment. 

Sports

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November 24, 8:37 PM

After a last second Light Blue three sent the game into overtime, Columbia found its stride, ultimately topping Rhode Island, 79-69.

November 24, 2:51 AM
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Despite poor shooting, men’s basketball was able to come away with a road win over the Mountain Hawks.

November 22, 3:36 PM
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Columbia football has now lost 21 straight dating back to Nov. 10, 2012.

November 23, 2:53 AM

Men’s and women’s cross country earned victory at the ECAC and IC4A Championships on a familiar Van Cortlandt course, while two Columbia runners failed to run their best at NCAA Championships....

Multimedia

November 16, 10:42 PM
Word Up is a volunteer run community bookshop on 165th street that hosts literary readings, music concerts, film screenings, theater productions, art openings, community meetings and other events in an effort to "support and fortify the creative spirit" of the community it serves.
October 26, 11:56 PM

The Eye

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November 25, 1:02 AM

Ben Rashkovich speaks to seven Columbia students of different faiths about how their religions inform their lives at Columbia, and vice versa. 

November 23, 11:00 PM

Examining the tense relationship between subway performers and the NYPD

November 24, 10:52 PM

Giulia Olsson looks back on the intership she took as a first-year and the trouble that ensued. 

November 23, 10:39 PM

Kara Walker videotaped viewers posing for selfies in front of her sugar sphinx on her exhibit's last day this summer.