ProjectLever, a new website launched at the School of General Studies this month, will help students find grant opportunities and access faculty research.
The newly formed advisory committee will review technology on campus after numerous student complaints about inadequacies in the campus printing system and LionMail.
In a reversal from last year’s policy that barred most undergraduates from using Watson Library during exams, undergraduate students will now have limited access to the library during the two-week midterm and final periods of each semester.
If 10 percent of Columbia College students sign a petition for Columbia to divest from the fossil fuel industry, Columbia’s very first ballot initiative may take place this semester.
President of Slovenia Borut Pahor wants to create the United States of Europe. In his World Leaders Forum address Thursday, Pahor said that he has “a very firm vision of the future of Europe,” of a continent with a single constitution.
University Event Management is bringing some changes to the campus event-booking system this semester, but students are skeptical that issues with the system—a perennial annoyance for club leaders—will be resolved.
Barnard Vice President for College Relations and former Barnard dean Dorothy Denburg, political science professor Douglas Chalmers, and former Barnard president Judith Shapiro have all worked at the University for more than 40 years.
GSAS’s Teaching Center offers weekly programs and one-on-one consultations to graduate students, but tenure-track and tenured faculty remain largely uninvolved with the Teaching Center and few students attend sessions.
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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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