Happy first full week of fall! Events this week include a book launch, a discussion with the Dutch Minister of Defense, and a panel analysis on the effects of the Supreme Court’s 2023 decision on affirmative action in college admissions.
This week’s events include the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day, Professional Report of Columbia’s Finances, and a series of photo essays on the Animacy of Nature!
On Friday, February 10, Barnard was recognized as one of the institutions that received the greatest number of offers for the 2022-2023 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.
This week’s events include movie nights, jazz performances, a Columbia Undergraduate Law Review panel, and the world premiere of Something about the Weather!
On December 7, Gourmand hosted Barnard alum Gigi’s Little Kitchen, where she discussed her viral cakes, shared the business she’s launched, and imparted some words of wisdom.
Sophie A. Bryant, Astrid M. Liden, and Ilina Logani were announced as winners of the postgraduate scholarship to study at the University of Oxford beginning in 2023.
This afternoon, President Bollinger announced that Carol Becker, who has served as the Dean of the School of Arts since 2007, plans to step down at the end of the 2022-2023 academic year.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. CC ’73, LAW ’76 spoke to Columbia students about his new book Our Unfinished March: The Violent Past and Imperiled Future of the Vote in an event alongside Professor Frank A. Guridy at Low Library on Thursday evening.
Ahead of Sunday’s general election in Brazil, experts Frances Hagopian, José Scheinkman, and Brian Winter participated in a panel discussion and Q&A session on democracy in the nation, recent polling data, and potential election outcomes, and Brazil’s economic and political future.