New York City Public Advocate Letitia James proposed new legislation on Monday to address sexual assault on college campuses.
As sexual assault became an increasingly publicized issue on college campuses nationwide this year, students at Columbia have pushed for the University to revise its adjudication policies.
Student groups have ramped up efforts this semester to pressure the University to divest from fossil fuels to private prison companies.
At the last University Senate plenary of the semester, the Rules Committee announced plans to hold town halls and discussions next semester about how to change Columbia’s Rules of Conduct.
Gillian Lester, who was appointed the dean of Columbia Law School last week, is eager to bring her expertise from Berkeley to Morningside Heights.
A business-based approach to financial growth and brand-building, though well-intentioned, has the potential to undermine student interests and academic values.
Pascal Lamy, the former director-general of the World Trade Organization, spoke about the tension between global problems and local governance during the second annual Global Thought Lecture.
Columbia's administration gives lip-service to the cause of preventing sexual assault but doesn't follow through in practice.
Columbia Prison Divest is wrapping up a week of events called People, Prisons & Profit, which aimed to increase awareness for its divestment movement on campus.
Bollinger's creation of an EVP for student affairs to address sexual assault should be lauded.
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