November 22, 3:36 PM
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Columbia football has now lost 21 straight dating back to Nov. 10, 2012.

News

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November 21, 2:21 AM
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Phillip Satow, CC '63, received the Alexander Hamilton Medal, Columbia College's highest honor, at a dinner on Thursday night. 

November 21, 2:05 AM
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Columbia students joined antiviolence activists in front of the Manhattan Criminal Court for the second time in two months on Thursday morning for the court appearances of 21 Manhattanville youth arrested in June on gang-related charges.

November 21, 2:33 AM

Barnard students, faculty, and administrators discussed ways to incorporate more international perspectives to the curriculum on Thursday night. 

November 21, 1:49 AM
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Thursday’s University Senate plenary included updates on the Rules of Conduct review process and President’s Advisory Committee on Sexual Assault, as well as a resolution that passed unanimously on administrative conflict of interest in research.

Arts & Entertainment

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November 20, 7:16 AM

This weekend, Annie Leibovitz, Ryan Hemsworth, and Iranian vampires all make appearances in New York City venues.

November 21, 1:04 AM

AAA’s annual showcase highlights political issues through a series of video profiles.

November 19, 1:45 AM
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KCST’s production of “Titus Andronicus” engages with contemporary notions of prejudice and sexual violence.

November 21, 2:14 AM

"OUTLET," which opens at Postcrypt Art Gallery on Friday, looks at the ways in which art has adapted to the digital age.

 

Sports

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November 22, 3:36 PM
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Columbia football has now lost 21 straight dating back to Nov. 10, 2012.

November 21, 8:20 PM
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Columbia will bring in Rick Taylor, a former athletic director at Boston University, Cincinnati, and Northwestern, to review the program.

November 22, 7:10 PM

The Lions have one more game on the road before beginning a homestand.

November 20, 9:24 PM

The Lions face No. 12 Drexel Saturday and No. 7 Franklin and Marshall on Sunday.

 

Multimedia

November 16, 10:42 PM
Word Up is a volunteer run community bookshop on 165th street that hosts literary readings, music concerts, film screenings, theater productions, art openings, community meetings and other events in an effort to "support and fortify the creative spirit" of the community it serves.
October 26, 11:56 PM

The Eye

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November 20, 1:32 AM

Yasmin Gagne investigates the history of Columbia's endowment and campus divestment campaigns, past and present. 

November 20, 12:44 AM

In this week's View From Here, Jade Goss reflects on turning to sex work to support her Columbia education. 

November 19, 11:52 PM

Have a formal coming up? Here's some inspiration for your look, whether you're in a frat, COÖP, or ADP. 

November 19, 10:54 PM

Location: Jackson Heights, Chinatown, 14th Street Area

Photographer Millie Christie-Dervaux travels to some of New York's food niches to see the food of cultural neighborhoods.