What can the 2014 Olympics tell us about the gender gap in our lives at Columbia?
Six students attended a forum on women's leadership and led a workshop with high school seniors in Mumbai, India.
Obama's visit to Barnard is a welcome display of support for women's rights.
“I don’t usually like imposing Western values on these countries, because some are not ready for this liberal democracy that we have,” CUCR executive director Tyler Trumbach, CC ’13, said. “But I do believe that these countries will eventually reach this state.”
After a couple of relatively quiet years, groups advocating for women’s rights and gender equity have been making a comeback at Columbia this fall.
“What can we students do?” This was the overwhelming question asked during Columbia’s Veritas Forum on Monday—“Fighting Modern-Day Slavery: Two Activists Share Stories from the Trenches”—which launched a week of events aimed to promote the fight against human trafficking.
This Women’s History Month begins as Columbia College rings in its 25th anniversary of coeducation and hires its first female dean, Michele Moody-Adams.
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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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