After two discussions on recent grand jury decisions this week, students criticized the lag time between the start of the national protests and Columbia’s response to the issue.
At Thursday's University Senate plenary, senators discussed University protocol for police presence on campus, the decision to open the Rules of Conduct for review, MOOCs, and the Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing.
Columbia College Dean James Valentini said he was not aware of the images posted to his Facebook page when reached for comment early Tuesday morning.
Barnard’s faculty and staff claim they were shut out of the decision-making process for the new library, which faculty say also led to the resignation of the Dean of Barnard Library and Information Services Lisa Norberg.
Seeking greater rights and recognition for their work as research and teaching assistants, graduate student workers at Columbia are organizing to become a union.
Spectator sat down with University President Lee Bollinger on Tuesday to discuss his search for a new athletic director, his meetings with Columbia Prison Divest and Barnard Columbia Divest, the Rules of Conduct, and more. Here’s what we learned:
The decision, made by the 15-member committee during Monday’s closed-door meeting, came on the heels of a faculty letter, also released Monday, supporting a student petition that called for the rules to be revised.
Three Columbia maintenance workers are raising concerns about a recent decision by Facilities management to fill an open engineering position with an external candidate.
Phillip Satow, CC '63, received the Alexander Hamilton Medal, Columbia College's highest honor, at a dinner on Thursday night.
Thursday’s University Senate plenary included updates on the Rules of Conduct review process and President’s Advisory Committee on Sexual Assault, as well as a resolution that passed unanimously on administrative conflict of interest in research.