2014-02-25

News

The students will participate in the XL DISSENT event, organized by students from 49 colleges and universities, on March 2 to call upon President Barack Obama, CC ’83, to reject the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Though students in Columbia College, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the School of General Studies will no longer be able to receive registration credit for internships, Kathryn Yatrakis, dean of academic affairs for Columbia College, said that she doesn’t think it will affect students’ opportunities to secure internships.

Residents of the pioneering multi-use Cathedral Gardens condominiums are hoping to soon wrap up a four-year legal battle with developer Artimus Construction over facilities and structural problems that they say have been ongoing since they moved in.

According to pet owners, the rock salt used by the city and residents to help melt snow on the sidewalk poses problems for the dogs’ health. Now, Community Board 7 is looking to potentially have brownstones and small businesses use a healthier alternative to rock salt on city sidewalks.

Opinion

At Columbia, we're torn between the allure of self-branding and genuine experiences.

It's important not to overlook those afflicted by early male pattern baldness.

What's problematic about the Theta scandal isn't the costumes—it's cultural sensitivity.

Arts and Entertainment

Dig Inn offers students the opportunity to create custom, healthy meals.

Columbia Wind Ensemble brings NYU and Princeton musical groups to campus for fundraising concert.

Eliza Callahan, CC '17, half of the indie-surf-pop duo Jack and Eliza, discusses her musical career in an interview with Spectator.