It’s Friday afternoon in the 116th Street subway station. A young face squeezes onto a packed 1 train among a crowd of gray-haired commuters in suits.
Columbia’s Center for the Study of Human Rights is emerging from dormancy, and recent administrative changes suggest the beginning of a new chapter of activity and research.
The kickoff of RecycleMania, a nationwide recycling competition found on 88 college campuses across the country, has highlighted Barnard’s recent attempts to “Go Green” and to follow Columbia’s lead with its recent addition of EcoReps to its college.
As the intersection of politics and religion remains ever present in the news, panelists examined the role of religion in a pluralistic society at the Veritas Forum on Wednesday night.
“Colleges Battle for Star Professors” is no longer the education nerd’s pipe dream of an American Idol replacement. It is the first show on Teachers College’s After Ed, a new video Web channel about education.
The Harlem Restoration Project’s small office may be easy to miss on one of West Harlem’s busiest streets, Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, but the work that goes on inside has had a huge impact on the lives of those the organization was built to serve.
With all due respect to freedom of speech and the awareness of terrorist activity in the political world, David Horowitz should rethink the arguments and ideas of “Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week,” and look at the facts. This involves the true perception and moderate interpretation of Islam.
Pro-life activist and feminist Alveda King, Dr. Martin Luther King’s niece, shared her thoughts about feminism and free love, and offended some students by explaining her pro-life stance at Barnard last night.
Every Monday and Wednesday night in Dodge Fitness Center the wrestling room shakes. Grunts, thumps, and bangs resonate from the practice of Columbia’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu team.
The team has been around since 2000 and has more than 30 active members.
Starting this fall, English majors will be required to take a new class, Critical Reading, Critical Writing, to hone their literary analysis abilities.
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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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