Graduation isn't the time to stir up ideological battle over social and moral issues.
Choosing Cecile Richards, a polarizing figure, for Barnard’s commencement this year alienates those who believe abortion is morally reprehensible.
Following a change in the University's insurance policy for students last semester that removed guaranteed coverage of abortions, Health Services is looking to publicize its new emergency student health fund.
We review what this fall has brought Columbia.
Columbia fails to adequately address the financial and social challenges of motherhood.
With abortion at the forefront of CU discussion after a controversial policy change this semester, a pro-life group is working to support students who decide to keep the baby and carry their pregnancy to term.
The Columbia administration should follow the responsive lead of Columbia Health Services.
The new confidential discretionary fund will cover students when they choose not to avail themselves of their own plan for personal reasons, or when their plan does not cover the desired services.
There should have been more transparency on the recent changes to Columbia's abortion coverage.
Jul 24, 3:28pm
University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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