The Office of Undergraduate Admissions announced on Thursday that it will no longer require applicants to submit SAT Subject Tests or writing portions of the SAT or ACT. Columbia will join the University of Pennsylvania as the only Ivy League schools without either requirement.
University President Lee Bollinger called on graduates from all 18 Columbia schools to participate in public dialogue and fight the hatred inherent in democracies at this year’s Commencement ceremony.
Columbia will be home to an institute dedicated to expanding and preserving the freedom of the press through litigation and research, the University announced on Tuesday.
Barnard officially unveiled its capital campaign—The Bold Standard—on Tuesday.
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The Barnard Contingent Faculty UAW-Local 2110, a group of non-tenure track full-time and adjunct faculty protested for job security, benefits, and a living wage outside of Barnard's annual fundraising gala at the Plaza Hotel on Tuesday night.
Barnard further revised its winter break housing policy in April to increase the type of students eligible for housing in comparison with the previous policy, allowing tour gu
Dean of Undergraduate Global Programs and Assistant Vice President for International Education Michael Pippenger will be leaving Columbia this summer to become the Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization at Notre Dame, according to an announcement from Dean of Columbia Coll
Paul Nungesser, CC ’15, has filed a new complaint against Columbia, maintaining that the University discriminated against him by allowing Emma Sulkowicz, CC ’15, to carry her mattress around campus, and introducing the claim that the University’s policies perpetuate the stereotype of the “sex-dr
University President Lee Bollinger sent an email to Columbia Divest for Climate Justice members on Saturday following the end of their eight day sit-in at Low Library. He renewed his invitation to meet with CDCJ, but declined to provide his comment on full fossil fuel divestment.
As Columbia Divest for Climate Justice continues its occupation of Low Library demanding that University President Lee Bollinger recommend the University