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In an email to Columbia affiliates today, President Bollinger shared that the University has established the Columbia Student Support Initiative and the Columbia Alumni Association Scholars program. The full email is provided at the end of this article.

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COVID-19 was detected in the wastewater from Broadway and Wien, and two COVID cases were identified in the Mudd Building.

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The Graduate Workers of Columbia (GWC-UAW) has accepted the University’s offer of mediation in exchange for a pause of the current strike, as stated in an update to their website on the evening of Friday, April 2.

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The congressman who represents New York’s 16th congressional district and the city councilwoman for New York City Council’s 2nd district showed their support for the GWC-UAW strike at today’s rally.

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On April 1, Columbia College released the names of the 91 seniors who will be initiated into Phi Beta Kappa this spring.

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Columbia’s School of General Studies announced that filmmaker, author, and photographer Elegance Bratton, GS ‘14, will be the Class of 2021 keynote speaker in an email sent to students Tuesday evening.

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President Lee Bollinger sent an email out earlier today announcing the appointment of Senior Executive Vice Dean Shih-Fu Chang as the new Interim Dean of SEAS.

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This morning, Interim Provost Ira Katznelson updated the community on the University’s perspective and proposals regarding the ongoing graduate student strike. The union, the GWC-UAW, calls it a “step in the right direction,” but demands further assurances of neutrality in the process.

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Columbia University released a list of study and dining accommodations for Muslim students observing Ramadan.

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Columbia College announced, in an online news update, that actor and director Mario Van Peebles, is tasked with presenting the keynote to graduating students as this year’s Class Day speaker.

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Barnard and Columbia students will soon be able to schedule appointments at Columbia vaccination sites, given eligibility requirements, according to emails sent out to students this morning.  

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President Beilock and Vice President for Student Affairs Joseph Defraine Greenwell sent emails supporting the AAPI community following the anti-Asian shootings in Atlanta.

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An email sent by President Bollinger earlier this afternoon shared details about the virtual commencement ceremony and the upcoming fall semester.

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In an email to students this evening, Columbia revealed that it will vaccinate all in-person staff due to expanded New York State rules regarding eligibility.

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