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Minimal parental leave policies lead faculty to drastic measures

Minimal parental leave policies lead faculty to drastic measures

November 26, 2018

Columbia faculty who are parents have few options for parental or family leave. Sean Andrews, associate professor in the History, Humanities and Social Sciences Department and Faculty Senate president, never could make it work. His first child was born during the summer of 2010, an...

EDITORIAL: Anti-Semitic hate cannot continue

EDITORIAL: Anti-Semitic hate cannot continue

November 9, 2018

A series of recent attacks and anti-Semitic rhetoric nationwide have led to public fear for the safety of the Jewish community, even at our own college. Has Columbia done enough to support and create a s...

Family, medical leave should not be an ‘FML’

April 11, 2016

Family and medical leave policies in the United States have historically been inadequate, especially compared with those of other countries, such as the United Kingdom.New York recently took a step toward the international standard of family and medical leave by passing a law as part of its March 31 budget that entitles full-time and part-time workers to 12 weeks of paid leave if they have been with a business for at least s...

City leaders propose ideas to support ‘black futures’

City leaders propose ideas to support ‘black futures’

February 15, 2016

More than 400 high school students from across Chicago packed into the Jones College Prep High School auditorium Feb. 6 for the Youth Voice Congress, where students met with their peers and elected officia...

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