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A lawsuit filed in federal court on Sunday named Columbia as one of 16 schools allegedly violating antitrust law by colluding to reduce financial aid awarded to students.

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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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On Friday, the Student Workers of Columbia announced it has reached a tentative agreement with the University on a four-year contract, bringing an end to its 10-week strike.

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The Barnard Administration announced via email today a virtual start to the Spring 2022 semester and increased restrictions amid COVID-19 developments. 

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Provost Boyce announced via email today that the start of the Spring 2022 semester will be virtual amid COVID-19 developments. 

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Earlier today, Barnard College released the list of Phi Beta Kappa inductees for Fall 2021. They will be officially inducted into the academic honor society alongside future Spring 2022 inductees. Congratulations to all!

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Twenty-four Columbia College seniors were chosen for Phi Beta Kappa initiation, one of the oldest, most selective academic honor societies.   

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Earlier today, President Bollinger announced via email that Rui Costa, Director and CEO of the Zuckerman Institute, will be stepping down on June 30, 2022.

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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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On the first day of finals week, following an increase in COVID-19 positivity rates and Barnard’s return to grab-and-go dining, CC and SEAS have strongly recommended that professors move all finals to an online format. Senior Staff Writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz and Staff Writer Victoria Melkonyan contributed to this report.

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Due to the interruption of Core classes by the SWC-UAW strike, Literature Humanities sections will now require additional instruction and coursework, to be completed by January 31, 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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In emails sent out to students on Friday evening, the deans of CC, GS, SEAS, and Barnard outlined possible next steps for students in classes affected by the strike to receive credit for the Fall 2021 semester.

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Robert Jervis, Harriman Institute faculty and Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Politics at SIPA, died at his home on December 9.

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Every school has a cash cow division of continuing education, extension, night school, professional studies, post bach etc. Look (read more)
Columbia Named As One Of 16 Schools Listed In Lawsuit For Conspiring To Limit Financial Aid
January 18, 2022
One thing I did notice in direct outreach to students was disinformation, e.g., statements about how they would be receiving (read more)
UW Students Affected By SWC Strike Now Have Summer Courses To Receive Credit
January 17, 2022
literally ALL official communications sent out by the union since November, as well as the digests sent out to faculty (read more)
UW Students Affected By SWC Strike Now Have Summer Courses To Receive Credit
January 16, 2022
God, I thought UW was already enough of a waste of our time. Looks like we get to do even (read more)
UW Students Affected By SWC Strike Now Have Summer Courses To Receive Credit
January 16, 2022

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