Controversy around a policy that bars students from recording gender-based misconduct proceedings has continued on campus.
Columbia students who receive financial aid receive less financial benefit from working as resident advisers than students who receive no financial aid do, despite efforts by the Office of Financial Aid to make extra accommodations for RAs.
Columbia raised $14,561,043 as of 4 a.m. Thursday in its fifth annual Giving Day campaign, hitting a record high.
Barnard’s Presidential Task Force to Examine Divestment is conducting an in-depth economic and social analysis report on possible ways in which the college can divest from fossil fuels.
University President Lee Bollinger addressed graduate student unionization and the achievements of his fourteen-year tenure in the first graduate fireside chat of the semester.
Dean of the School of General Studies Peter Awn will step down from his position at the end of the academic year, University President Lee Bollinger announced in an email on Tuesday.
A sculpture by the British artist Henry Moore that faced criticism from students who opposed its placement on Butler Lawn last semester will instead be installed
Media pioneers including playwright Lin Manuel-Miranda and executive editor of the New York Times Dean Baquet descended upon Low Library Thursday night to celebrate the 100th annual Pulitzer Prize awards.
At the Energy Leaders Forum at Columbia, United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz discussed climate change, clean energy, and the U.S.’s responsibilities in the field of energy security Thursday night.