At Spectator, we often talk about ways we can improve our coverage and increase our outreach, but rarely do these conversations translate into meaningful action. We’re trying something new this year.
It’s 2014, and just like all of you, we here at the Columbia Daily Spectator are beginning another year with high hopes and big expectations.
Many involved in the wellness movement feel that the conversation has grown this semester, pushing for specific policy changes. But the past few months have also seen a rise in some students questioning the purpose of the movement.
Zeta Beta Tau national decided to suspend operations at Columbia after the members of Columbia’s chapter resigned their membership in the organization, ZBT announced Wednesday morning.
Zeta Beta Tau will suspend operations at Columbia until the fall of 2015, The Lion reported Tuesday afternoon.
Students and administrators discussed issues from administrator access to Counseling and Psychological Services appointment times and forced medical leave at the Student Wellness Project’s second Wellness Summit on Sunday.
Interim Dean of Student Affairs Terry Martinez said on Friday that she will not apply to become the permanent dean of Student Affairs for Columbia College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
The city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene gave John Jay Dining Hall and JJ’s Place an A grade in a report released Monday, but past inspections have identified more serious issues.
After Barnard quietly canceled its Open Gym Hours last semester, students will once again have the chance to use the gym at night on a trial basis.
After their McBain Hall double's ceiling collapsed, two Columbia College roommates said the administration was slow to respond and uncommunicative about plans to repair the room.
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