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In an email sent to the Columbia community this morning, President Bollinger announced his appointment of Felice Rosan as Columbia University’s General Counsel, following the retirement of Jane Booth, CLS ’76.

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SEAS student Norris Pride passed away over the weekend, according to an email that Shih-Fu Chang, Dean of Columbia Engineering, sent to the Columbia community this morning.

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Four months after Columbia Mathematics Professor Michael Thaddeus accused Columbia of using false information to secure its #2 ranking from U.S. News & World Report, the University has announced it will not submit undergraduate data for next year’s rankings.

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This morning, President Bollinger announced the next phase of Columbia’s expansion plan, effective immediately, which outlines Columbia’s immediate absorption under Barnard into a new parent university.

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Bwog talked with two recipients of Columbia’s Scholarship for Displaced Students, Sara Wahedi and Dr. Ajmal Sabawoon, about their experiences at Columbia, their fields of study, and their respective journeys to the University.

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In a panel hosted by the Columbia Climate School, a group of Indigenous climate activists examined the presence of Indigenous voices in discussions surrounding climate change.

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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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Students of Columbia’s Sound Art MFA program presented installations in the Music and Arts Library. Staff Writer Celia Bernhardt learns what sound art is and describes a few beautiful pieces from the show.

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Columbia announced it would end capacity restrictions on indoor gatherings beginning November 1, according to an email sent out to students on Wednesday afternoon.

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Comparing testing policies for vaccinated students here and elsewhere, and some questions for Columbia.

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A small trash can fire broke out in River Hall, causing water damage to students’ property.  

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Top things to do on campus that aren’t 10 dollar Margs.

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