The dryers in McBain Hall, which had been out of service since the beginning of the semester, went unrepaired until Monday due to delays with the New York City Department of Buildings inspection process.
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Prominent South Asian identity groups are shifting away from cultural events that largely cater to the rest of Columbia’s campus, focusing instead on political issues as a means to explore the breadth of their identities.
To address unattended laundry piling up in laundry rooms, Facilities will begin collecting and donating abandoned clothes in accordance with a new Housing policy.
Did you miss the Barnard Student Government Association representative council meeting on Monday? Here’s what you need to know.
Columbia College Student Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution expressing solidarity with Barnard Student Government Association’s condemnation of Bar
A majority of undergraduate students are willing to pay for Bacchanal tickets, according to the findings of a survey released by the four undergradu
The Barnard College Student Coalition of Financially Insecure Students (For Students, By Students) distributed over 250 flyers at an action on Thursday afternoon, where they urged faculty and staff to sign a petition against the College’s winter break housing policy.
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“I was accepted as the class of 2014,” Nissy Aya, CC ’16, said. “I will not receive a degree until 2016, if that is any marker of how hard it has been for me to get through this institution.”
Students have expressed frustration and confusion with the process for scheduling appointments with Columbia Medical Services, which many find complicates the process for receiving medical attention.
After financial concerns put the future of the Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program in question, the pre-orientation program will receive $3,751.51 from the Capital Investment Fund.