On Wednesday, Columbia once again closed its gates to non-affiliates as students from across campus gathered at Low as part of a National Walkout for Gaza. At the same time, so-called “doxing trucks” appeared on campus, bearing the names and faces of current students. Later that day, a second protest, “End Jew-Hatred on Campus,” mounted […]
After several days of rising tensions, Thursday October 12 saw Columbia’s campus closed to visitors and guarded by NYPD as the Call to Action for Palestine protest and a simultaneous protest by Students Supporting Israel (SSI) mounted on Butler Lawns.
Campus organization Students Supporting Israel (SSI) held a large gathering on Tuesday as a response to the recent actions by militant group Hamas in Israel. Content warning: Mentions of violence and death. Editor’s note: This article is composed of individual statements from attendees of the Tuesday gathering; these statements do not reflect the united views […]
Bwog News Editor Paulina Rodriguez and Deputy News Editor Emma Burris spoke with new Barnard President Laura A. Rosenbury about her first few months in her position.
Editor’s warning: Mentions of sexual assault In July, former Columbia OB-GYN Robert Hadden was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on four counts after hundreds of former patients came forward with accounts of sexual abuse at his hands. On Wednesday, protestors demanded that Columbia take responsibility for its failure to cooperate with investigators in […]
From dining hall fails to embarrassing confessions, SideChat is all the rage right now at Barnumbia. After an interview with an avid poster and chats with other community members, Staff Writers Mila Noshirvani and Maren Frey get down to the real hot gossip.
On June 29, the Supreme Court ruled against the use of race-conscious affirmative action in college admissions. In its aftermath, University administrators and student organizers alike are wondering what it means for the future.
Editor-in-Chief Kyle Murray, Managing Editor Elijah Knodell, and Deputy News Editor Emma Burris met with the acclaimed author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell to discuss his findings from an investigation into the Columbia U.S. News Scandal.
Columbia’s Resident Advisors, the student workers at the center of undergraduate residential life, report dissatisfaction with the job’s pay structure and level of communication. In the wake of Barnard RAs’ collective action, RAs at Columbia make plans to continue organizing over the summer.