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Initiatives at Columbia bridge academic disparities

Initiatives at Columbia bridge academic disparities

November 11, 2019

    As co-president of the Black Student Union, junior television and cultural studies double major Isaiah Moore said they have noticed black students transfer out of Columbia at dispr...

Editor’s Note: Political discourse should be a quiet revolution, not an angry chant

Editor’s Note: Political discourse should be a quiet revolution, not an angry chant

November 10, 2019

If you know me, you know I like to debate and speak my mind, especially when it comes to highly-charged political issues. But in all the discussions I’ve ever had, no matter how heated they have become...

Students are not sticking to their majors

Students are not sticking to their majors

November 9, 2019

Patrick Kyle switched his major from comedy writing and performance to cinema art and science at the end of his freshman year, and subsequently changed all of his classes for the following semester. Because th...

Suzanne Blum Malley departs college after 25 years, but feels Columbia is in ‘excellent hands’

Suzanne Blum Malley departs college after 25 years, but feels Columbia is in ‘excellent hands’

November 8, 2019

After nearly 25 years of working at Columbia, Senior Associate Provost Suzanne Blum Malley has acquired institutional knowledge of the college described by some as irreplaceable, but when the opportu...

President Kim addresses diversity and inclusion, access to campus resources

President Kim addresses diversity and inclusion, access to campus resources

November 7, 2019

Joined by Senior Vice President and Provost Marcella David and Vice President of Student Affairs Sharon Wilson-Taylor, President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim kicked-off a discussion with students by acknowledging ...

Restricted access raises student concerns

Restricted access raises student concerns

November 4, 2019

Ava Butera photographs concerts and has accumulated most of the necessary camera gear for her work. But when she photographed Riot Fest in September, she said she was left without the correct lens an...

Editor’s Note: Do not applaud the NCAA for dragging its feet

Editor’s Note: Do not applaud the NCAA for dragging its feet

November 3, 2019

The National Collegiate Athletic Association Board of Governors voted to allow its athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness. Collegiate athletes can now make money by signing autographs and ha...

Suzanne Blum Malley named provost at Methodist University

Suzanne Blum Malley named provost at Methodist University

November 3, 2019

Former-interim provost Suzanne Blum Malley has been named provost of Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where she will be reunited with Columbia's former Senior Vice Preside...

Anticipation for Spring 2020: Course registration opens Nov. 4

Anticipation for Spring 2020: Course registration opens Nov. 4

November 1, 2019

Every Columbia student knows the drill of waking up at 7 a.m. during registration week, frantically typing in course codes at the perfect time before all the slots are filled in their desired classes wit...

Once upon a scary-tale…

October 31, 2019

This is not your typical "Casper the Friendly Ghost" story. When staff reporter Paige Barnes and photojournalist Korrigan Agen asked students, “Have you experienced any paranormal activity on campus?"...

Glimpse into the future at Columbia’s Library

Glimpse into the future at Columbia’s Library

October 29, 2019

With string lights, decals, electronic candles and lightning bolt tapestries lining the walls, Artist-in-Residence and interdisciplinary graduate student Julia Arredondo managed to artfully transform...

Director Rian Johnson talks ‘Knives Out,’ exploring genres and Hitchcock at Columbia Film Row

Director Rian Johnson talks ‘Knives Out,’ exploring genres and Hitchcock at Columbia Film Row

October 28, 2019

Much like many Columbia filmmaking students, director Rian Johnson knew from a young age he was destined to make films. Ahead of his latest movie—"Knives Out," a whodunit mystery—Johnson visited Col...

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