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Columbia’s COVID-19 Resource Guide now provides data on non-compliance with and exemption from the University’s vaccine mandate.

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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.

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Valentini concludes a ten-year residence as head of Columbia’s undergraduate community and will return to teaching chemistry.

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Starting at 7 pm tonight, students are only allowed to access their assigned residence hall, social gatherings will be limited to 10 people, and visitors to residence halls will not be permitted.

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Today at 9 am, members of the Student Workers of Columbia began voting on whether their Bargaining Committee should have the authority to call for a strike if they deem it necessary to further negotiations for a still non-existent contract with the University.

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As of September 13, 2021, Columbia will now require community members to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter various indoor spaces that include but are not limited to entertainment, dining, and fitness spaces.

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Miguel Cisneros, CC ‘24, passed away in a drowning accident on August 22, according to an email sent from Dean Valentini to Columbia students earlier today.

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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.   

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In an email sent out today, President Bollinger announced Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement Dennis Mitchell as the new Executive Vice President for University Life. Deputy Editor Rania Borgani and Deputy Science Editor Phoebe Lu sat down with the new EVP to interview Dr. Mitchell as he steps into this new role. 

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Dean Valentini announced that the rising sophomore lost her battle with cancer earlier this month in an email to students this afternoon.

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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. 

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An email from the Associate Director of Student Engagement offered details on space availability, the reservation process, and more. 

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Barnard College announced its campus pandemic safety protocols in an email yesterday, in anticipation of the Fall 2021 semester.

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Barnard College has announced that it will replace the myBarnard Portal with a new, mobile-accessible server: Barnard Portal. Barnard Portal will launch on Monday, July 26.

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