At his speech during Columbia College Class Day on Tuesday, Dan Futterman, CC ’89, said that graduating from Columbia came with both privilege and responsibility.
The Office of Student Affairs will be restructured next year, after administrators stopped a national search to find a new dean of Student Affairs this semester.
A new Core science course to replace Frontiers of Science is on its way, but it won’t be ready for the fall.
The elimination of the dean of student affairs position and restructuring of offices may hold positive change, but students should not have been excluded from this decision-making process.
The Office of Student Affairs will be overhauled instead of hiring a new dean of Student Affairs, administrators announced in an email Friday.
Former Spectator Managing Editor Finn Vigeland joins four Columbians—two students and two administrators—in their morning routines and reports back with every peculiar detail.
Fifteen first-years will have the opportunity to spend their summer abroad, fully funded by the University.
Columbia needs to come together to define what it means by "community." It must establish its goals and form a committee to represent the undergraduate student body.
Administrators and student leaders hope to take action to address what many students see as a lack of community on Columbia’s campus—but there are still many opinions on what those actions should be.
Students often complain about the perceived lack of community on Columbia’s campus through conversations, petitions, and forums on the issue, and are still grappling to find solutions to the issue.
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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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