Congratulations to the 25 new Columbia College Junior Phi Beta Kappa inductees of Fall 2022!
Congratulations are in order for Phi Beta Kappa’s new Barnard inductees, announced this morning, for Fall 2022! They will be officially inducted into the academic honors society this spring. The list of their full names and departments are below.
A protest and memorial was held Monday evening on Low Steps against China’s Zero-COVID restrictions.
On Tuesday, Barnard Builds announced the removal of an oak tree on the Barnard Campus and the removal of the tent on Futter Field.
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.
In an email sent to the Columbia community this morning, President Bollinger announced his appointment of Felice Rosan as Columbia University’s General Counsel, following the retirement of Jane Booth, CLS ’76.
President Bollinger has announced that Columbia University’s General Counsel, Jane Booth, will be retiring at the end of the Spring 2023 semester.
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.
Barnard decided not to voluntarily recognize the Barnard RA Union in a meeting on Thursday, October 13, following a petition, rally, and over 800 emails of support.
On Wednesday, Barnard shared initial construction plans for the Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for Well-Being and the Roy and Diana Vagelos Science Center.
On Friday afternoon, members of Barnard’s newly-formed Resident Assistants Union (OPEIU Local 153) rallied outside Barnard Hall to highlight unfair working conditions and demand voluntary recognition.
On Thursday morning, Barnard College VPs Marina Catallozzi and Leslie Grinage announced that on-campus providers would be trained to provide medication abortions by Fall 2022.