The Columbia University Marching Band has revised its sexual assault policy following feedback from the Office of Judicial Affairs.
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Barnard’s supplemental financial aid program will be getting much-needed funding next year, thanks to the class of 2015.
The fire broke out around 2 p.m. in the building’s trash compactor room, just next to the steps leading to 114th Street. The building was evacuated and the fire department responded shortly after.
Bwog editors said that, despite low turnout at Sunday’s open forum, they are still actively meeting with leaders of student groups to discuss last week’s post and the blog’s work in general.
The day’s events included student performances, lectures, and the serving of a giant Barnard Hall cake.
The open-but-off-the-record event on Wednesday night, which drew around 25 students, provided an opportunity for students of all sexual orientations to be open about their feelings regarding society’s image of bisexuality.
Spectator talked with Erica Jong, Christy Carlson Romano, Ntozake Shange, and other Barnard alumni about their experiences at a women's college.
Frances Sadler, BC ’72, said that if you asked her or anyone at Barnard at the time she was a student, few would believe that she would be a trustee of the college today.
Women’s colleges are reexamining their stance on transgender students, but Barnard still lacks a formal policy. Students are working to change this.
After gathering at the Intercultural Resource Center, around 25 students marched to University President Lee Bollinger’s Freedom of Speech and Press class in Schermerhorn Hall and silently held signs outside the classroom.