This morning, the Student Workers of Columbia began a day-long attempt to “shut down campus” as the strike continues, following a message from University administration saying that striking workers may lose their teaching appointments for the Spring 2022 semester.
The second victim of the December 2 stabbing attack was also a Columbia affiliate, according to an email from President Lee Bollinger.
Interim Dean Shih-Fu Chang and Vice Dean for Undergraduate Programs Barclay Morrison sent an email detailing a new P/D/F policy for SEAS students.
In an email to Columbia College and General Studies students today, Dean Valentini announced an extension to Pass/D/Fail and class withdrawal deadlines for Fall 2021 courses.
In an announcement Monday morning, the commissioner of New York City’s health department announced that all New Yorkers 18 and over would be eligible to receive a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
This afternoon, students from the CC and SEAS Class of 2025 were contacted by the Dean of Undergraduate Student Life and the Associate Dean of Multicultural Affairs in response to anti-Black comments made in a GroupMe chat.
Asymptomatic Barnard students will now get tested at the LeFrak Center, according to an email sent out earlier today.
Provost Boyce addresses a main demand of the SWC—neutral arbitration—outlines student worker strike attestation requests, and discusses mediation in an email to students sent earlier this evening.
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.
Students were evacuated from the three buildings in response to the threat.
The new offer includes multiple concessions to the SWC-UAW’s demands while falling short on others.
It all started with an art project. Now, Gianna Deveney (BC ‘25), is banned from college housing, putting the rest of her academic career at the institution in jeopardy.
On Wednesday, October 27, a walkout organized by the Student Workers of Columbia in anticipation of their November 3 strike deadline culminated in protestors entering President Bollinger’s “Freedom of Speech and Press” class, forcing its cancellation.
Columbia announced it would end capacity restrictions on indoor gatherings beginning November 1, according to an email sent out to students on Wednesday afternoon.