Barnard College must invite trans women with a stake in Barnard's future to its deliberations about the future of trans admission policy.
If Columbia wants a winning football program, it needs to try something new: Hire the coach whose teams never punt.
Barnard’s library is made great by the people who staff it, and the resources and services they provide.
Humor gives relief and promotes conversation, and Orgo Night can deliver both if the band punches up.
The school that fancies itself a beacon of liberalism has gradually become one of the most conservative schools in America.
Orgo Night is an unsafe space, one the Columbia community should not support.
“A People’s History of Harlem” makes familiar the strangers in the local community, while also preserving Harlem's collective history.
Freedom of speech and expression is not a privilege confined to comfortable territories and spaces, but a right.
Columbia has to acknowledge the presence of people with a mental or physical difference and commit to certain protections that will allow people of difference to participate and to succeed.
On Monday evening, Barnard President Debora Spar delivered the opening remarks at an event, titled “Race, Violence, Resistance: From Gaza to Ferguson,” hosted by Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine. Curiously, Spar mentioned neither Gaza nor Ferguson in her remarks.