We aren’t just the University’s investment, and we have all invested in this University, through both our time spent as students and our tuition to attend.
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.
Candidates for this year's Columbia College, School of Engineering and Applied Science, and School of General Studies University Senate seats have platform ideas ranging from creating a student position on the board of trustees to expanding financial aid for international and 3-2 students.
Columbia students should know where their tuition is going.
Borough President Gale Brewer wants to make data about the city’s government more accessible, a move that could benefit local community boards.
The University Senate’s rules committee has a history of convening in response to student demonstrations. Now that it is quietly reconvening, members should vote to hold open meetings.
The committee selecting the next dean of student affairs should seek student input and consider the issues most important to Columbia students.
The Panhellenic Council’s secrecy in recruitment surrounding chapter dues is detrimental to potential new members.
The new chair of the board of trustees should strive for greater transparency, despite the hushed announcement of his appointment.
Bollinger should be vocal when students need to hear him.
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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