January 30, 12:39 AM
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At Butler Library, digitization is transforming how researchers and students can access rare manuscripts such as Emily Dickinson’s correspondence.

News

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January 29, 10:32 AM
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The number of undergraduate American history courses taught by tenured professors has declined 44 percent over the past three years, resulting in increased reliance on visiting and adjunct professors to maintain course offerings.

January 29, 5:13 AM

West Harlem community radio host and anti-violence activist Iesha Sekou has a plan to remedy one of the most persistent problems she has noticed in the lives of the young people she knows—a lack of digital resources.

January 28, 2:15 AM

Students and faculty hailed the creation of a student-faculty advisory committee on race, ethnicity, and equal justice.

 
January 30, 1:59 AM

St. Nicholas Playground North, located at 130th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, is slated to undergo a number of renovations from 2015 to 2016.

Arts & Entertainment

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January 26, 11:06 PM

Columbia Law School adjunct professor Scott Horton will speak with Melville House editor Mark Krotov about the recently released print edition of the Senate torture report at Book Culture on Wednesday....

January 30, 12:39 AM
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At Butler Library, digitization is transforming how researchers and students can access rare manuscripts such as Emily Dickinson’s correspondence.

January 29, 2:55 AM

A review of Jessica Pratt’s second album, “On Your Own Love Again.”

January 29, 1:53 AM

The vast territory of self-representation is hard to navigate; nonetheless, the National Academy Museum presents its latest exhibit, “SELF: Portraits of Artists in Their Absence,” which sparks a conversation about the changing nature...

Sports

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January 29, 12:37 AM

Unable to crack Cornell, Columbia heads out on a two-game road trip, in search of its first Ivy win of the season.

 
January 29, 7:22 PM

With five first-years added to the roster this year, the Lions have high hopes for the season ahead.

January 27, 9:59 PM
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As the Ivy season deepens, the mens basketball team seeks to increase the number of active scorers in its roster.

January 29, 7:18 PM

The Lions and the Crimson are both undefeated in league play.

 

Multimedia

December 10, 7:24 PM
This is a video of the die-in that took place on Dec. 4 during the Tree Lighting Ceremony.  It includes interviews with the organizers from the Black Students Organization and Students Against Mass Incarceration and footage from the ceremony. 
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The Eye

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December 4, 2:00 AM

Dina Lamdany investigates why the gender gap in medicine has largely disappeared, while women are still underrepresented in computer science. 

December 3, 11:59 PM
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Dunni Oduyemi on why Jungle Pussy is 2014's ultimate carefree black girl. 

December 3, 10:41 PM
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Adil Habib explains why Morgenstern's was the best ice cream of summer 2014.

December 4, 1:56 AM
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Laura Booth reflects on the power of words and confronting alcoholism at home.