Barnard’s Presidential Task Force to Examine Divestment, officially launched on Monday with a panel of industry experts discussing the implications of and next steps
The University Senate plenary met last Friday to discuss the creation of a new Paris-based research facility, a proposal to strengthen the positions of non-tenure track faculty, and the Native American Council’s efforts to create a plaque commemorating the Lenni Lenape.
In an attempt to encourage students to cultivate personal relationships with faculty members, School of Engineering and Applied Science students—unlike their Columbia College and General Studies peers—are assigned faculty advisers tasked with helping them complete their major.
Columbia will allow students who go by names other than their legal names to indicate so on CourseWorks, Canvas, class rosters, Student Services Online, public directories, and on their student IDs.
Barnard has received a total of $70 million in donations to fund the college’s new Teaching and Learning Center, which is set to complete construction in August of 2018.
Before Winter Storm Jonas hit Columbia’s campus last Friday night, University staff prepared for the accumulation of six to 12 inches of snow.
Last spring, students in the Mental Health Task Force lobbied administrators to create a standard protocol for how the administration should respond to trage
Columbia has long been working to integrate sustainable measures into construction practices at the Manhattanville campus, the first buildings of which will
Following a semester of student and administrator confusion surrounding Being Barnard, the college’s education and awareness campaign, Barnard is looking t