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Columbia Undergraduate Admissions announced decisions for applicants in the Regular Decision cycle.

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Yancopoulos leads biotechnology firm Regeneron and has received numerous awards for his scientific contributions.

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In an email earlier today, Barnard announced the 2022 Commencement speaker and four other medalists, including Olympian Allyson Felix.

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After two years of virtual festivals, the Bacchanal Student Committee has announced the spring concert will be held in-person but off-campus at Hell’s Kitchen music venue Terminal 5.

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This afternoon, one day after Columbia University released updated plans for COVID-19 safety protocols, Barnard students received a new set of guidelines in an email from Marina Catallozzi, VP of Health and Wellness. 

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According to an email sent this afternoon, students will no longer be required to fill out daily attestations to access Columbia facilities, and masking indoors will become optional on campus, effective March 14.

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This afternoon, President Bollinger announced that the university will begin assisting students and scholars that have been displaced by the war in Ukraine.

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Columbia Facilities and Operations announced this afternoon that they will begin removing tents around campus in response to the University’s changes in COVID-19 safety protocols.

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University administration announced this afternoon that 2022 Commencement will take place in-person on May 18 on Columbia’s Morningside campus. Additionally, the Classes of 2020 and 2021 will both be recognized in an in-person ceremony the following day. 

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As the University returns to in-person learning, both Barnard and Columbia’s administrations have announced the return of in-person dining and gatherings, as well as updates to visitor policies. Deputy News Editor Paulina Rodriguez contributed to reporting.

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Earlier this morning, Columbia Dining announced that indoor seating options for the CU dining halls will resume this Monday.

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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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