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High school consent culture evolves in #MeToo era

High school consent culture evolves in #MeToo era

October 29, 2018

As victims come forward to talk about their experiences with sexual assault and harassment, educators and activists want to create a culture of mutual consent by educating  students. “With the M...

New Columbia partnership ensures ‘Everyone Can Code’

New Columbia partnership ensures ‘Everyone Can Code’

October 29, 2018

Genesys Works Chicago collaborated with Columbia College Chicago Online to educate local high school students on the importance of coding as part of Apple’s initiatives in the Everyone Can Code program. Genesys is dedicated to career success for high school students, and Ever...

Carter cries over Love affair

By Heather Scroering

October 14, 2012

After the snafu between President Warrick L. Carter and Louise Love, interim provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, I’m left feeling more confused than ever by our administration.To recap, our president told a cabinet meeting he was going to remove “interim” from Love’s provost title. She passed the news along at her Provosts’ meeting because Carter had already told a roomful of people, and the group to...

Students for Palestinian justice

By Heather Scroering

October 23, 2011

For decades, Israelis and Palestinians have fought over land ownership without a solution, but students at Columbia are taking a stand through the creation of a new organization: Students for Justice in Palestine.The Israeli-Palestinian conflict arose out of a territorial dispute between the indigenous Palestinian population and the Zionist Movement, which believed in establishing a Jewish state inPalestine that the Jews claim as a historica...

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