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After years of fundraising and digitizing past issues, we're happy to announce the launch of our digital archive.
An article in Thursday's arts and entertainment section included plagiarized content, and a writer's relationship with Spectator has been terminated.
We understand that public statements made by the Columbia University College Republicans have called two stories ("CUCR board denies group planned for Ahmadinejad invite, does not deny individual members' roles," Feb. 28, and "CUCR members plan to invite Ahmadinejad to campus," Feb. 27) into question.
With the new year come new challenges, and with them, new approaches to coverage.
Columbia announced its largest gift ever for the arts—$30 million from Trustee Gerry Lenfest—at the Hamilton Dinner Thursday night. The funds will support the School of the Arts building in Manhattanville.
Following increasing public scrutiny of the West Harlem Development Corporation, Congressman Charles Rangel told Spectator that an investigation by the State Attorney General doesn't raise red flags.
The University is looking for millions to kickstart a multidisciplinary center for engineering and data science in Manhattanville.
The Crown Party swept the top of the ticket in the Class of 2015 CCSC elections.
The prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, the president of Ecuador, and the president of the Islamic Development Bank Group are the Forum's first three speakers to be announced.
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