Media pioneers including playwright Lin Manuel-Miranda and executive editor of the New York Times Dean Baquet descended upon Low Library Thursday night to celebrate the 100th annual Pulitzer Prize awards.
At the Energy Leaders Forum at Columbia, United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz discussed climate change, clean energy, and the U.S.’s responsibilities in the field of energy security Thursday night.
This ruling leaves that group of undergraduates with a decision ahead of the unionization election: whether or not they believe a union composed predominantly of graduate students will be able to represent their needs.
Barnard President Debora Spar discussed the role Hillary Clinton’s gender has played in the upcoming presidential election and how the media has approached coverage of both Donald Trump and Clinton’s campaigns at a fireside chat on Tuesday evening.
During University President Lee Bollinger’s first fireside chat of the semester, he answered questions about community, stress culture, and faculty tenure from students in Columbia College, School of Engineering and Applied Science, and School of General Studies.
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Barnard Provost and Dean of Faculty Linda A. Bell reiterated the college’s stance on negotiations with its contingent faculty union at Student Government Association’s Monday meeting.
Despite pushback from student activist group No Red Tape, administrators continue to stand by a policy that prohibits students from recording gender-based misconduct proceedings.
First-Generation Low-Income Partnership National, Inc. is looking to collaborate with the founder of a nearly identical app to Swipes created by an NYU student in May 2013, which has seen steady use by the university’s student body.
For the first time, Ferris Booth Commons in Lerner Hall will regularly compost leftover food scraps.
Barnard President Debora Spar and Provost Linda Bell sent an email to the Barnard community addressing the ongoing contract negotiations with the Barnard contingent faculty union.