McBain and Hamilton Halls are currently undergoing asbestos abatement.
Book Culture has rehired four store managers who were terminated after last week’s vote to unionize, store owners Chris Doeblin and Annie Hedrick announced on Thursday.
William Campbell, CC ’62, TC ’64, who has chaired the Columbia board of trustees for nine years, is retiring from his post, the board announced on Wednesday. He is succeeded by his co-chair Jonathan Schiller, CC ’69, Law ’73.
Barnard added six members to its board of trustees on Tuesday, including choreographer Twyla Tharp, BC ’63, and actor Dylan McDermott.
Columbia submitted a bid on Monday to host President Barack Obama’s, CC ’83, presidential library on its Manhattanville campus, a University spokesperson confirmed.
Union Theological Seminary’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted on Tuesday to divest the school’s $108.4 million endowment from fossil fuels.
Colleagues remember Morton Friedman, a longtime professor and former vice dean at the School of Engineering and Applied Science, as a mentor and a repository of knowledge about Columbia.
From Operation Ivy League and the NROTC debates to “Obamanard” and activism on sexual assault policies, members of the class of 2014 have certainly lived through an eventful four years at Columbia University.
A student suspended after being found guilty of sexual assault filed a lawsuit against Columbia on Monday, alleging the University discriminated against him during the proceedings because he was male.
A new Core science course to replace Frontiers of Science is on its way, but it won’t be ready for the fall.
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