The latest development in the fallout from Professor Michael Thaddeus’s report criticizing Columbia’s self-reported data to U.S. News sees the University lose its highest ranking in the list’s history.
Barnard Residential Life and Housing expanded residence hall guest allowances three weeks into the summer term.
Representatives from Poor Magazine along with student allies rallied at the entrance of Broadway Hall Saturday afternoon.
Yesterday, President Bollinger announced Professor Keren Yarhi-Milo as the next Dean of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs.
Earlier this morning, President Bollinger announced that Josef Sorett, Professor of Religion and African American and African Diaspora Studies, will be the new Dean of Columbia College.
On May 13, President Bollinger announced that professor and journalist Jelani Cobb has been named the next Dean of Columbia Journalism School.
Dean Rosen-Metsch announced Deogratias “Deo” Niyizonkiza as the 2022 Class Day Speaker for the School of General Studies.
The University is recording faculty stances tomorrow on its plan to integrate Columbia College and the School of General Studies further into Arts and Sciences, the University division which also oversees a number of graduate schools.
Increases vary greatly among schools, as some CC and SEAS students will now be offered a tuition-free education while GS students will see a much more modest rise in aid.
On April 21, Columbia College released the names of all 102 seniors inducted into Phi Beta Kappa this spring.
Dean Chang has announced that Sunita Williams, a former NASA astronaut and record breaker for achievements in space, will address SEAS undergraduates and graduates on Columbia Engineering’s Class Day.
Earlier today, Columbia released the names of this year’s honorary degree recipients, including Hillary Rodham Clinton and Yo-Yo Ma. Editor’s Warning: This article contains mentions of sexual abuse allegations.
On Thursday morning, Columbia President Lee Bollinger announced he will step down at the end of the 2022–23 academic year.
Newly-announced sanctions against Russian individuals include Ekaterina Vinokurova, who graduated from Columbia College in 2005.