The University Senate’s second plenary of the semester featured presentations from Suzanne Goldberg, special advisor to University President Lee Bollinger on sexual assault prevention and response, and Melissa Rooker, Columbia’s Title IX coordinator, and an update on the Columbia University Medical Center fellow diagnosed with Ebola. Here’s what you need to know.
Alumni and recent fellowship winners say that Columbia’s Fellowships Office is understaffed and overworked.
As Barnard turns 125, administrators and educators discuss why women’s colleges are still necessary in the 21st century.
What goes on behind the counter at the Lerner Hall Package Center? How can you avoid waiting in line for an hour? Spectator followed the path of a package and examined data from recent years to find out.
Barnard College President Debora Spar spoke at the Student Government Association meeting Monday night and commented on the college's transgender admission policy.
University President Lee Bollinger’s first undergraduate fireside chat of the semester on Monday touched upon issues of fundraising, the Rules of University Conduct, and the new sexual assault adjudication policy.
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.