New York Governor Andrew Cuomo pledged the state’s commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions Thursday at Columbia, accompanied by former U.S. Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore.
It remains unclear if the version of the University Rules of Conduct the trustees are expected to pass will provide explicit protection for student journalists.
Prentis Hall—located on 125th Street and home to the Computer Music Center and part of the School of the Arts—has been hit by three major water disasters over the past five weeks, costing the University nearly $20,000, damaging student work, and resulting in class cancellations.
The Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing will consider a new CDCJ proposal urging fossil fuel divestment, almost a year and half after rejecting a similar proposal.
Early Wednesday afternoon, the School of Engineering and Applied Science Committee on Instruction announced significant expansion of its express master’s program, M.S. Express, which is now in its fifth year.
Under new leadership, University Studies—the class known as “How to Succeed at Columbia”—has evolved into a requisite School of General Studies students are excited to take.
Meet David Greenberg, the man in charge of many of the campus services at Columbia.
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After over a decade of planning and controversy, the first buildings on Manhattanville’s campus will open their doors to over a thousand researchers, faculty members, and students next fall.
Now in its second year, the General Studies Alumni Association hopes to harness an increasingly engaged student community to expand its ties with alumni of all ages.
Votes for Barnard contingent faculty unionization will be counted this Friday.