Columbia’s Mental Health Task Force is circulating a survey focused on identity-based concerns with Counseling and Psychological Services and Furman Counseling Center.
NEWS: Student Life
Columbia College Student Council has streamlined its project grant application process in an effort to make the program more successful.
At a town hall to discuss potential revisions to the University Rules of Conduct on Friday afternoon, students voiced concerns on issues ranging from a lack of clarity with the current rules to the extent of student involvement with the revision process.
Students at Thursday’s Got Gender? forum on Thursday tackled issues on how gender and feminism are presented at Barnard.
Tentatively scheduled for the first week of April, CCSC members said they want to build the each day around a different Core Curriculum class.
The meeting was part of an “information-gathering stage” for the Women’s Equality Party—a party that Gov. Andrew Cuomo created in July, which Hochul and Quinn have been visibly involved in.
The Columbia Military Veterans are on a mission to extend Yellow Ribbon Program funding to undergraduate students at the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Held as an alternative to Columbus Day, Indigenous Peoples’ Day was both a celebration of Native American history and culture and a protest against the more traditional holiday.
Being a transfer student at Columbia and Barnard comes with its own set of unique social challenges, but transfers say that a new pilot program from the Center for Student Advising—and an expansion of Barnard’s Transfer Time program—is helping to ease the transition.
Thursday’s forum provided an opportunity for any student to suggest ideas and issues for the task force to pursue this year.