The Engineering Student Council discussed a host of issues including food insecurity initiatives, Bacchanal, and new engineering-specific academic initiatives at the council’s third meeting of the year.
NEWS: Student Life
SGA discussed Endowment Fund project proposals, Bacchanal, and a commencement speaker survey for seniors at its Monday meeting.
CU Class Confessions—a Facebook page set up by FLIP last spring for students to submit anonymous comments about the challenges of being a low-income or first-generation student—will go on hiatus effective immediately.
Jonah Reider, CC ’16, opened a gourmet restaurant in his own room. It’s currently booked through mid-November.
Residence Hall Leadership Organization has expanded its focus to policy and advocacy this year.
Once seen as passive and disengaged, the Columbia College Alumni Association has turned its attention to strengthening relationships with alumni and raising the excitement about bleeding Columbia blue.
For a few hours each a week, Columbia and Barnard students visit P.S. 76 to mentor middle school students with learning disabilities and work with them on semesterlong art projects.
Sarah Kim, BC ’17, has never let her cerebral palsy get in her way. The condition is just one of many things that make her who she is.
Meet your new Columbia College Student Council and Engineering Student Council elected representatives.
First-Generation Low-Income Partnership unexpectedly cut ties with Swipes, a meal sharing app that was created over the summer to combat food insecurity.