February 27, 2:46 AM
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Over 150 Columbia University faculty members, including history professor Eric Foner and political science department chair Page Fortna, in the past week have signed and circulated an open letter to President Bollinger and the board of trustees asking that the University divest from holdings in fossil fuel corporations as soon as practicable.

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February 27, 2:46 AM
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Over 150 Columbia University faculty members, including history professor Eric Foner and political science department chair Page Fortna, in the past week have signed and circulated an open letter to President Bollinger and the board of trustees asking that the University divest from holdings in fossil fuel corporations as soon as practicable.

February 27, 2:57 AM
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Members of the committee informed Spectator on Thursday of a new set of proposed revisions, which include reducing the number of general education requirements, no longer permitting Advanced Placement credits to fulfill requirements, and allowing courses to count toward multiple requirements.

 
February 26, 3:27 AM
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Barnard students who are interested in participating in Columbia’s sexual respect education program are currently unable to sign up for workshops or access the education program’s site on CourseWorks.

February 28, 2:03 PM

The Student Affairs Committee reported that over 2,500 students have completed the Quality of Life survey released Thursday. The timeline for the revisions to the Rules of Conduct has been pushed back a week.

Arts & Entertainment

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February 25, 12:05 AM

Columbia will host an event, John Berryman at 100: A Celebration,” to celebrate the life of renowned poet John Berryman CC ‘36 and to examine his work in a new light....

February 27, 1:51 AM
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Taal’s Naach Nation showcases the eclectic styles of Indian fusion dance in a performance featuring intercollegiate dance teams.

February 26, 12:23 AM
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One student details the problem of diversity in the Oscars and how change needs to start at a production level to make a difference.

February 26, 1:15 AM

Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream’s "Brutal Breakfast" menu is surprisingly light and refreshing.

 

Sports

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February 28, 8:09 PM

The Crimson ensured that this year’s visit to Levien would be a little more comfortable than the past three, pulling away with over 11 minutes to go for the win.

February 26, 10:39 PM

The defending champion Lions will play a four game series against No. 6 Houston.

February 28, 7:19 PM

Both the men and the women had solid performances at the first day of the Ivy League Championships.

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December 7, 11:19 PM
Orli Matlow, GS JTS '15, sneaks through Butler Library to find out how students are preparing for finals.

The Eye

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February 25, 6:31 AM

How does a college on a hilltop make itself accessible to students with physical disabilities?

February 25, 2:11 AM

Military veterans’ experiences at the School of General Studies are complex and defy traditional stereotypes.

February 25, 2:25 AM
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Columbia University Science Fiction Society serves as a welcoming space for making friends, socializing, and de-stressing.

February 25, 2:35 AM
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Darializa Avila-Chevalier struggles to keep the Spanish of her childhood separate from her highly political present.