News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Presidents Bollinger and Beilock updated the Columbia community on possible plans for fall, spring, and summer semesters in an email to students this morning. In an email accidentally sent to Bwog, Columbia said they would not be answering our “reasonable” clarifying questions, leading to larger concerns about administrative transparency.
GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell gives you a quick guide on the history of the Graduate Workers of Columbia, the rumors of an upcoming strike, and the union’s official stance on the matter.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Barnard revisits its policies for SAT and ACT score submission.
In an email sent this morning, President Bollinger updated members of the Columbia community on the steps he and other administrative staff are taking to prepare for the fall semester.
Barnard College President Sian Beilock announced the death of Alicia Lawrence, Deputy Dean of the College and Executive Director of Residential Life and Housing, in an email to students.
This morning, President Beilock put out a statement saying that summer programs such as the Summer Research Institute (SRI) and all faculty-led off-campus programs have been canceled and Summer Opportunity Programs have been moved online. There will also be a Work Exemption Grant for students who rely on summer income but are unable to work […]
Four Columbia University and two Barnard College professors have been appointed as 2020 Guggenheim fellows.
President Bollinger and Beilock reported the first deaths from COVID-19 within the Columbia community, including that of a student, in an email update sent to students this afternoon.
On Saturday, April 4, 2019, Thomas Waters, a former Urban Studies adjunct faculty member at Barnard, passed away.
Welcome to Columbia and Barnard, Class of 2024!
Following an unprecedented series of closures, Columbia and Barnard have decided to hold online classes for the remainder of the spring semester.
As an increasing number of institutions move to virtual courses for the remainder of the academic year, the Ivy League has decided to shut down all athletic programming for this upcoming spring season.