Columbia College’s University Senators and the president of Columbia College Student Council are standing by their decision to hold an indirect election to fill a vacant Columbia College senate seat.
For the second time this year, the University Senate will hold a special election to choose a new student senator from Columbia College.
Some of Columbia's top storylines last year included a bizarre performance in a Frontiers of Science lecture, Nutellagate, Faculty House contract negotiations, and an alleged hate crime by a football player.
A group of students has written a letter highly cricital of Fuhrman, attacking her association with the for-profit company Pearson Education and expressing other grievances with the TC administration.
Matthew Renick served as president of Alpha Epsilon Pi the year after it lost its brownstone, and he later resigned in protest as chair of the Greek Judicial Board.
Columbia College Student Council representative Peter Bailinson, CC ’16, wrote on Feb. 22 that Columbia Dining spent a staggering $5,000 on Nutella in the first week it was offered.
A union contract negotiation grew into a campuswide debate after student activists organized a massive effort to support Faculty House workers this semester.
The vote came after TC's Faculty Executive Committee discovered that top administrators gave themselves bonuses from the college's 2011-12 budget surplus.
On Friday, University President Lee Bollinger sat down with Spectator to discuss recent deanship appointments, Manhattanville, faculty housing, and more.
The resolution, which passed 51 to 8 with one abstention, will go into effect in July 2014. It outlines 17 areas where smoking will be allowed—four on campus, and 13 directly surrounding campus.
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