Representatives from Poor Magazine along with student allies rallied at the entrance of Broadway Hall Saturday afternoon.
Panelists discussed a wide range of speech-related topics, from the Bill of Rights to the recent bomb threats to Columbia’s campus.
The new offer includes multiple concessions to the SWC-UAW’s demands while falling short on others.
The announcement came amid a new policy for ReopenCU daily symptom attestations. Barnard and GS students will continue to be required to have a host sign them into Columbia residence halls.
Columbia’s COVID-19 Resource Guide now provides data on non-compliance with and exemption from the University’s vaccine mandate.
Indoor dining at Hewitt, the Diana Center Cafe, and Liz’s Place will be unavailable for an initial two-week period starting Saturday, September 25.
Columbia Health Senior Vice President Melanie Bernitz summarized recent additions to Columbia’s raft of pandemic policies, including the continuation of the indoor mask mandate, in a single email to the student body.
Students who choose not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and have not received an official medical or religious exemption face stringent restrictions to their campus access.
An email from the Associate Director of Student Engagement offered details on space availability, the reservation process, and more.
Administrators and public health experts projected confidence and optimism for Columbia’s return to campus this fall in the most recent University Life Forum.
As part of an ongoing podcast series called Black Lives in the Era of COVID-19, hosts Profs. Mabel Wilson and Samuel Roberts joined panelists Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, Prof. Gregg Gonsalves, and Dr. Bisola Ojikutu, on Thursday evening to discuss the impacts of structural racism on COVID-19 outcomes and treatments for Black people.
Scholars from Columbia, Princeton, and the Czech Academy of Sciences spent Tuesday afternoon discussing a new volume from Suture Press titled Revolutions for the Future: May ‘68 and the Prague Spring.