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Big Read event brings immigration discussion to campus

Big Read event brings immigration discussion to campus

April 19, 2019

From discussions with an award-winning author to artwork and fashions displays by immigrant creatives, the 2019 Big Read series is returning to campus this month, engaging communities in a conversation ...

College holds events for Sexual Assault  Awareness Month despite low student interest

College holds events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month despite low student interest

April 19, 2019

In a cultural climate that is bringing sexual assault to the forefront of public attention, Columbia’s Equity Issues Office is offering informational events during Sexual Assault Awareness month, but...

Editor’s Note: College must continue discussion on diversity, inclusion progress

Editor’s Note: College must continue discussion on diversity, inclusion progress

April 19, 2019

As reported on the Front Page, transgender students may not feel as accepted on campus as they had hoped to be when choosing to attend Columbia. Furthermore, a story on Page 3 explores the Native America...

Union members, leadership eager to focus on students following contract agreement

Union members, leadership eager to focus on students following contract agreement

April 19, 2019

Despite the part-time faculty union and the college reaching a tentative agreement on a new contract April 17 after more than a year without one, some union members and students are looking for increased ...

Record breaking voter turnout for SGA Executive Board elections

Record breaking voter turnout for SGA Executive Board elections

April 19, 2019

With more than 500 votes cast for Student Government Association’s Executive Board elections for the 2019–2020 academic year, three candidates have been elected to take on new positions . Th...

Tony Award-winning alumnus visits Theatre Department

Tony Award-winning alumnus visits Theatre Department

April 19, 2019

With a room full of eager students and faculty, four former colleagues reminisced about their days as theatre students at Columbia. David Cromer, Columbia theatre alum, former faculty member, an...

College, union reach tentative agreement

College, union reach tentative agreement

April 17, 2019

Following a week of tense bargaining discussions and the possibility of a strike, college administration and CFAC union leadership have reached a tentative collective bargaining agreement, accordin...

Some union members feel ‘in the dark,’ others feel administration lacks respect for CFAC

Some union members feel ‘in the dark,’ others feel administration lacks respect for CFAC

April 16, 2019

With the part-time faculty union prepared to strike amid disagreements with college administration over a new labor contract, some students are upset at the possibility of canceled classes, and some un...

Intellectual property policy proposal may give college license to use student work

Intellectual property policy proposal may give college license to use student work

April 15, 2019

A new policy recommendation from the Faculty Senate would allow the college to use student work in marketing and promotional materials, potentially without students’ permission.  “It may be years ...

CFAC: College retracted key points during bargaining session

CFAC: College retracted key points during bargaining session

April 12, 2019

Columbia's administration and Columbia's part-time faculty union have not come to an agreement in their most recent round of negotiations, just days after union members approved a strike authorization...

2019 ReneGala raises funds for student athletics

April 12, 2019

The Renegades held their second annual ReneGala, an event aimed to raise awareness and funds for student athletics on campus.

Meet the candidates running for SGA Executive Board

Meet the candidates running for SGA Executive Board

April 12, 2019

Three executive board positions for Student Government Association are open for the 2019–2020 academic year: vice president of communications, vice president and president. Voting for the cand...

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