Unless it is improved, the sexual respect education program will have little effect on risk factors and behaviors.
OPINION: Staff Editorials
Columbia University should not allow students found responsible for gender-based misconduct to hold leadership positions.
The Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing has a responsibility to advise the trustees on the ways in which private prison investments contradict the values of Columbia as an educational institution.
A unanimous endorsement by student committees was ignored. Valentini and Boyce must explain their decision to appoint Cristen Kromm as dean of Undergraduate Student Life to restore trust.
Barnard should change and clarify its admissions policy to be in line with its mission statement.
While we recommend that the councils vote for an increase of $4.50 per semester to the student activities fee, it is only a short-term solution to a problem that’s not going away anytime soon.
Attend Wednesday’s town hall to have your voice heard about changes to Frontiers.
The admissions and financial aid offices' new financial aid policy is an important but incomplete step toward economic accessibility for all students.
CC, SEAS, and GS should follow Barnard's example and create a supplemental financial aid program to help students cover necessities, like winter clothes and laptops.
Withholding donations will only exacerbate Columbia's problems.