Several Columbia undergraduates have participated in the protests that have wracked Istanbul over the past few weeks, facing tear gas and police raids.
A group of students has written a letter highly cricital of Fuhrman, attacking her association with the for-profit company Pearson Education and expressing other grievances with the TC administration.
In a long-awaited report, the Educational Policy and Planning Committee has recommended eliminating the lecture portion of Frontiers of Science and rebuilding the course around its small seminars.
Employees suing Upper West Side restaurant Indus Valley for unfair labor practices reached a settlement with management last month, ending a nearly two-year legal battle.
Jessica Prata, the sustainability officer of New York Presbyterian Hospital, will start Monday as the head of Columbia’s Office of Environmental Stewardship.
It is time for TC’s trustees and administrators to move forward by talking with faculty and becoming involved in a constructive and collaborative discussion.
We must direct our efforts as students toward investigating the structures that enabled the alleged hate-based assault.
Columbia University must take corrective action against bigotry.
A new exhibition at the Shabazz Center uptown features photographs and mixed media of protests throughout history.
A new thriller starring Brit Marling, Ellen Page, and Alexander Skarsgard is given an authentic feel by writer-director Zal Batmanglij.
Steven Soderbergh's new HBO film takes viewers “Behind the Candelabra,” giving them a close look at Liberace's eight-year relationship with Scott Thorson.
The fourth season stands as a tribute to what made “Arrested Development” great, as opposed to an attempt to recreate it.
Senior Tim Giel has become the second member of the baseball team to join a Major League organization this summer, signing with the Yankees on Thursday.
Columbia senior Alex Black was selected in he 29th round of the MLB Draft.
The Lions mounted a furious comeback to win 6-5 in 13 innings over New Mexico on Saturday, but were eliminated from the tournament with a 10-5 loss on Sunday.
The women’s tennis program won the first Ivy Championship in program history.
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Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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