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Due to the interruption of Core classes by the SWC-UAW strike, University Writing sections will now require additional instruction and coursework, to be completed after the Spring 2022 semester.

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According to an email sent out today, students who test positive for COVID-19 will now isolate for five days if asymptomatic.

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In light of the Omicron variant and an uptick in COVID-19 case numbers, Columbia is implementing new restrictions on dining and social gatherings for all community members.

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As the Omicron variant spreads and COVID-19 cases rise, the University is now going to require a COVID-19 booster shot, as well as require masks to be worn indoors through mid-March 2022.

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Applicants were informed of their decision status around the same time as prospective members of Barnard ’26.

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President Lee Bollinger announced the appointment of Dr. Katrina Armstrong as the new Chief Executive Officer of Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Executive Vice President for Health and Biomedical Sciences, and Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine in an email sent earlier today.

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Deans James J. Valentini and Lisa Rosen-Metsch announced on Monday evening via email that the modifications of academic policies from Fall 2020 and Spring 2021—specific to choosing the Pass/D/Fail option for a course—will be implemented for Fall 2021.

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President Lee Bollinger announced the appointment of Professor Weiping Wu as the new Interim Dean of the Graduate School of Architecture and Mario Gooden as the new Interim Director of the Master of Architecture program in an email sent earlier today.

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Students were evacuated from the three buildings in response to the threat.

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Beginning October 28, CUID cards will be temporarily deactivated following five building access attempts with an incomplete ReopenCU daily COVID-19 symptom attestation.

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A small trash can fire broke out in River Hall, causing water damage to students’ property.  

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In emails sent out to students earlier today, Barnard and Columbia shared decisions to resume indoor seating at dining locations across their respective campuses.

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Earlier today, President Bollinger announced that Steve Coll, Dean of the Columbia School of Journalism since 2013, will be stepping down in June 2022.

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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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