Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
At 5 pm on July 27, Executive Vice President of Arts & Science and Dean of the Faculty Amy Hungerford sent an email to graduate students and faculty instructors encouraging them to teach more classes in a hybrid or in-person format, despite the many risks associated with holding in-person classes.
This afternoon, Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger announced reopening plans for the 2020-2021 academic year, following Barnard President Sian Beilock’s announcement earlier today. In a follow-up to the announcement, he also clarified Columbia’s stance on the recent ICE restrictions on international students.
This morning, Barnard President Sian Beilock announced plans for the school for the 2020-2021 academic year, following plans announced by other universities yesterday.
Presidents Bollinger and Beilock updated the Columbia community on possible plans for fall, spring, and summer semesters in an email to students this morning. In an email accidentally sent to Bwog, Columbia said they would not be answering our “reasonable” clarifying questions, leading to larger concerns about administrative transparency.
News Editor Lauren Kahme reports on the virtual event, where speakers sought to debunk misconceptions around COVID-19 in public health.
Guest Writer Sophia Gates delves into the lives of Barnard students staying on campus during the pandemic to share some of their experiences.
In an email sent this morning, President Bollinger updated members of the Columbia community on the steps he and other administrative staff are taking to prepare for the fall semester.
Being on campus and shopping for groceries are kinda weird experiences right now… but also somehow not really as weird as you’d expect, given the circumstances. Here is a revised ranking of MoHi grocery stores (not including the ones I haven’t been to), based on how they’re coping with coronavirus. 5. Westside I have […]
Following an unprecedented series of closures, Columbia and Barnard have decided to hold online classes for the remainder of the spring semester.
Barnard and Columbia have extended online classes to the week after the upcoming break, according to emails sent out by Presidents Bollinger and Beilock earlier today.
Barnard and Columbia classes have been canceled Monday March 9 and Tuesday March 10, with remote classes beginning Wednesday March 11, after a student was reported to have been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case, according to emails sent to students by Presidents Bollinger and Beilock tonight.
Travel outside the United States funded or organized by Columbia has been suspended until further notice according to a statement put out by Interim Provost Ira Katznelson Tuesday morning.