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CC Dean Josef Sorett and GS Dean Lisa Rosen-Metsch announced new academic policies for the Spring 2024 semester after recent events surrounding the Encampment and related protests.

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Ella Mills, a GS third-year who came to Columbia from Trinity College Dublin, has passed away, according to an email from Dean Lisa Rosen-Metsch.

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GS student Isaac Colyer-Pena passed away, according to an email that Lisa Rosen-Metsch, Dean of the School of General Studies, sent to the Columbia community this morning.

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Over the last week, Columbia College, GS, and SEAS have all announced substantial changes to their Computer Science majors, an effort to both accommodate the developing academic field and mitigate the department’s years-long issues with over-enrollment.

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Recent GS alum Elan Ganeles passed away Monday, according to an email sent to Columbia students Tuesday evening. Editor’s warning: Mentions of death and gun violence

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A scholarship for a one-year master’s degree in global affairs at Beijing’s Tsinghua University has been awarded to six Columbia University students. 

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General Studies student Ashley Kim has passed away, according to emails from Dean Lisa Rosen-Metsch and Dean Cristen Kromm sent to the Columbia community this afternoon. 

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The University is recording faculty stances tomorrow on its plan to integrate Columbia College and the School of General Studies further into Arts and Sciences, the University division which also oversees a number of graduate schools.

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Michael Higgins, a graduating senior at GS created the food pantry at Columbia initially to support GS students and found a large interest. 

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Bwog has teamed up with the Food Pantry at Columbia to produce a four-part series of cooking videos, using ingredients that are found in the Food Pantry at Columbia. The chef for this episode is Chris Thompson, and he’s cooking a wild mushroom and bean ragout with creamy grits!

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How can Ancient Greek plays guide discussion about the difficulties faced by the veteran community and their families? Bwoggers Donna Qi and Chloe Gong attended Theater of War’s production of Sophocles’ Ajax held at Miller Theater to experience this inspiring public health project. 

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