Anna Bahr, former managing editor of the Blue and White, is perhaps most well-known for her two longform pieces on students' experiences with the University's sexual assault adjudication process this spring.
Emma Sulkowicz, CC ’15, filed a police report on Wednesday against the Columbia student who allegedly raped her a year and a half ago.
As sexual assault became an increasingly publicized issue on college campuses nationwide this year, students at Columbia have pushed for the University to revise its adjudication policies.
Despite increases in participation and philanthropy, Columbia’s Greek community has not been without controversy this year.
The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault released its first report on Thursday, which contained new recommendations and requirements for schools that could speed up the processing of last week’s complaint against Barnard and Columbia.
23 Columbia and Barnard students filed federal complaints against alleged violations of Title IX, Title II, and the Clery Act on Thursday morning.
BCD planned a series of talks and activities throughout the day and encouraged professors to hold classes outside with the goal of transforming Columbia into an “Earth university” for Earth Day.
Water conservation, turning Bacchanal green, and reducing coffee cup waste are the three projects that the first-ever Green Fund recipients will take on next year.
More than 150 survivors of sexual violence, allies, activists, and friends marched through Morningside Heights to Take Back The Night on Thursday night.
Students and faculty again voiced their concerns about Columbia’s sexual assault policy at the University Senate Town Hall on Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Assault Wednesday afternoon.
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