Updated Dec. 8, 3:19 p.m.
Graduate and undergraduate research and teaching assistants headed to the polls on Wednesday to begin voting on whether or not to unionize. Voting will continue through Thursday night.
Updated Dec. 8, 3:21 a.m.
Barnard’s Presidential Task Force to Examine Divestment formally recommended on Wednesday that the board of trustees fully divest the college’s endowment from coal and tar sand companies.
As construction for Barnard’s new Teaching and Learning Center nears its one year mark, students will soon get a first glimpse at what the building will look like as the skeletal frame takes shape in the next phase of construction.
Less than a week before graduate and undergraduate teaching and research assistants at Columbia are set to vote on whether to join the United Auto Workers Union, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont released a
Tim Donohue, managing director at Columbia Investment Management Company, was promoted to chief investment officer this week.
Although contract negotiations between Barnard and the contingent faculty union remain at a standstill, the two parties say that they hope to settle negotiations by the end of the semester.
Graduate and undergraduate teaching and research assistants at Columbia will vote on whether or not to unionize next week, ending a two-year campaign that brought the issue of unionization to the forefront of private universities across the country.
As Barnard President Debora Spar prepares to resign this March, no plan is yet in place to account for how her departure will affect the college’s
With just four months left at Barnard before she officially resigns, President Debora Spar has said she will