The two students who allegedly contributed to a “Strategy Document” circulated among activist groups before and during Friday’s Rules of University Conduct town hall will not be dismissed from the rules committee, a senate statement said on Sunday.
Amelia Alverson was appointed the permanent Executive Vice President for University Development and Alumni Relations, University President Lee Bollinger announced in an email on Friday.
Colleagues remember Columbia Advising Dean Dahlia Adu-Peasah as a generous person with a strong sense of adventure.
The Department of Education launched investigations into similar complaints filed at Brown and Harvard universities within 10 weeks of them being filed.
Attorneys for Columbia outlined their arguments for why a federal judge should dismiss a lawsuit filed in May against the school by a student who alleged that his Title IX rights were violated during a University investigation that found him responsible for sexual assault.
Students who attended a Sept. 9 meeting with University President Lee Bollinger to propose more changes to Columbia's sexual assault policy received a response last week from Suzanne Goldberg, Bollinger’s special advisor on sexual assault prevention and response.
Spectator sat down with University President Lee Bollinger to discuss the recent changes to Columbia’s sexual assault policy, the search for the new executive vice president for student affairs, and more.
Three years after the completion of a report detailing the effectiveness of Columbia’s Center for Career Education, students are still concerned about the opportunities available at the center.
Updated Oct. 1, 4:30 p.m.
Columbia University's endowment produced a 17.5-percent return in the 2014 fiscal year, the University annouced in a press release Wednesday.