To give it time to reconsider its policies and procedures, the Activities Board at Columbia will not recognize any new groups next semester.
Pamela Cooper was a master’s student in the fundraising management program at the School of Continuing Education.
ABC president Saketh Kalathur, CC ’13, would like to revamp the precalendaring process, which he said can be inefficient because a group’s specialized space needs are not taken into consideration.
A group of undergraduates started Columbia Compliments this week to "spread love, see people smile, and ultimately make this world a better place."
The largest portion of the $1,396 fee—which is set by the central administration each year—is the $390 that goes to Athletics.
Administrators have ended a new policy that required all fliers to be stamped by Barnard's Student Life office before being posted.
Fliers on Barnard’s campus must carry a stamp from the college’s student life office, but the University’s two largest governing boards have voted not to comply with the policy.
Beginning this semester, all Barnard fliers must be approved by the college’s student life office. SGB's executive board voted Sunday night to ignore that policy.
The announcement that Nicholas Lemann would step down after 10 years as dean brings the number of dean searches this year to four.
The improved record-keeping system will make tracking groups’ expenses much simpler and will hold club leaders more accountable.
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University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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