August 28, 7:35 PM
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Barnard and Columbia first-years were the first to attend a new, two-part workshop on sexual violence and gender-based misconduct on Thursday, which administrators reworked following criticism from student activists, as a mandatory part of this year’s NSOP.

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August 28, 7:35 PM
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Barnard and Columbia first-years were the first to attend a new, two-part workshop on sexual violence and gender-based misconduct on Thursday, which administrators reworked following criticism from student activists, as a mandatory part of this year’s NSOP.

August 30, 1:36 PM

During contract negotiations last month, Student Worker Solidarity sent a letter administrators urging them not to sign with Command Security, another company that the University was considering, calling the firm “irresponsible and non-union.”

August 15, 9:45 PM
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David Rosand, CC ’59, GSAS ’62, and GSAS ’65, a longtime Columbia professor who chaired the art history and archaeology department for seven years, died on August 8. He was 75.

August 15, 10:53 AM
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A new gender-based misconduct policy unveiled Friday addresses some long-held student concerns about how Columbia handles cases of sexual assault.

Arts & Entertainment

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August 11, 8:58 PM
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Bacchanal announced that a planned concert for Sept. 14 had been canceled, which will cost $55,000.

August 4, 11:49 AM
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Hoping to replicate the success of the business' East Village location, the Halal Guys have set their sights on the Upper West Side.

July 28, 12:06 PM
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Director Anton Corbijn talks about his latest film, “A Most Wanted Man,” which is the last film actor Philip Seymour Hoffman finished before his death.

June 23, 7:12 PM
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The location will be similar to Heartland’s beer halls and pay tribute to a pre-Prohibition brewery.

Sports

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July 31, 12:07 AM
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Al Paul, Director of Athletics at Columbia during the creation of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic consortium, died Monday at 88.

June 7, 5:20 PM
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Lefty ace David Speer was selected by Cleveland Saturday after an impressive senior season.

May 20, 5:31 PM
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Seniors Mike Fischer and David Speer helped Columbia become an Ivy baseball powerhouse during their time in Light Blue.

May 20, 6:01 PM

Despite an inauspicious first two years, John Gregorek will leave Columbia as an All-American and Ivy champion.

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April 11, 1:08 AM
As part of the third annual Random Acts of Kindness Week, which immediately follows Mental Health awareness week, SWP and CU Active Minds invited the “What I Be” project to Columbia University for the second consecutive year. Read more about this spring's Random Acts of Kindness Week here.

The Eye

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May 1, 4:18 AM
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Four seniors reflect on their time at Columbia, and what it means to be leaving these years—and NYC—behind.

May 1, 3:29 AM

Former Eye art director Suze Myers chats with artist Mickalene Thomas about her creative process, her inspiration, and her unique choice of materials.

May 1, 3:40 AM
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How much can a hashtag really accomplish? Ella Every-Wartman examines the way that the Internet has changed activist culture.

May 1, 5:07 AM
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Tal Fortgang fundamentally misunderstands the meaning of "white privilege"