CU-EMS members are looking to increase their accessibility to other students and—when they aren’t responding to emergencies—encouraging the community to reach out to them as peers.
On alumni weekend, the Lions hope to bounce back from last weekend's losses.
On the 25th anniversary of their creation, the Clefhangers have a lot of history to look back on, from their former standing as an "alternative" group to their current place among campus a capella groups.
Mental miscues played a big role in the Light Blue's 35-14 road loss to the Mountain Hawks.
The Lions failed to recapture the Liberty Cup as they dropped a 20-13 decision to Fordham in heartbreaking fashion.
Birva Patel, who sometimes used the name Rhea Sen while she pretended to be a Columbia student, was arrested twice on campus in the last week. Witnesses said she was arrested a third time Monday night.
The woman gave the name Rhea Sen and attended orientation events and class. Students became suspicious when she gave a fake UNI and was inconsistent about where she lived.
Senior recurve archer Sarah Chai will compete in the second round of trials on April 23 for a spot on the London 2012 summer Olympics team.
Jul 24, 3:28pm
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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