The Diana Center lobby was transformed temporarily into an arts-and-crafts studio on Tuesday afternoon as Barnard students clustered around a table full of acrylic paint, colored chalk, and a foot-tall geranium plant.
The carbon-neutral Morningside Heights restaurant recently completed a six-month expansion project.
While the talk was intended to focus on telecommuting and Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer’s recent decision to ban working from home, the conversation at the event quickly evolved into a broader discussion about the challenges women face in balancing family and a career.
At both Barnard and Columbia, student environmental groups are exploring less conventional ways to reduce the schools’ landfill waste.
Amanda Brodsky, BC ’15 and a psychology major, decided to start the Barnard chapter to help women who are STEM majors meet one another and get career advice.
The divestment movement, which began with environmentalist Bill McKibben's Do the Math campaign, has spread to over 100 colleges across the nation, including fellow Ivies Cornell and Harvard.
The composting initiative begun by EcoReps last April has experienced some setbacks, but it’s gradually being opened up to the larger Columbia community.
According to residents of 123rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, the northern border of the JTS campus, numerous birds hit the building’s reflective windows and end up injured or dead on the sidewalk.
Six Upper West Side hawks have died in and around Central and Riverside parks since February, and rat poison might be to blame.
Members of the Columbia Composting Coalition met Thursday afternoon to fill the machine with its first batch of food scraps and carbon-rich woodchips.
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