Responding to the shock of the recent presidential election results, over 45 students attended the first meeting of a coalition called Columbia Against Trump Thursday night.
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Nearly 1,000 members of the Columbia community came together on College Walk this Thursday for the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, hosted by the undergraduate student councils.
Building on demands for Columbia to acknowledge its involvement in the colonization of the Americas and the displacement of indigenous peoples, the Native American Council of Colum
Nicole Orttung, a General Studies student known for her dedication to social justice and bright personality, died last Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
The Barnard Student Government Association discussed proposals on how to use its $50,000 endowment fund and gave an update on a new initiative allowing Barnard students to swipe guests into dining halls—instead of using points—at its general body meeting Monday evening.
For the second year in a row, Barnard and the Student Government Association have collaborated to offer students facing food insecurity free meal points donated by fellow peers.
A week after Donald J.
In an effort to combat high rates of sexual assault and infrequent preventative intervention by bystanders that align with a nationwide trend, Columbia University began mandating a bystander intervention training program for students in 2014.
Approximately 80 students gathered at the Dodge Fitness Center on Monday night to protest Columbia’s wrestling team.
Following Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election last Tuesday, students and faculty at Columbia have expressed concern that undocumented students could lose work eligibility or face deportation.