On Monday, the Institute of Global Politics hosted esteemed guests, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Michelle Bachelet, Frank Mugisha, Maria Ressa, and Allida Black to celebrate and discuss the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and its relevance today.
On January 5, President Lee Bollinger announced that the former Secretary of State and First Lady will be joining the Columbia community with two new appointments.
On Thursday, November 3, Vice President Kamala Harris, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer, and several New York state legislators spoke at a Get Out the Vote rally at Barnard College in support of New York Governor Kathy Hochul’s re-election campaign. The event, hosted by the Columbia Democrats, took place in Barnard’s Diana Center Event Oval, which […]
Rumor has it that Columbia’s core and Barnard’s foundational requirements have one ultimate purpose: to provide adequate cocktail conversational skills. This narrative is evidenced by the fact that both Columbia and Barnard have their own respective bartending agencies. If you know a Columbia/Barnard bartender, chances are they have some pretty cool stories about their previous gigs. […]
Awakening our Democracy is Columbia’s lunchtime conversation series about race and ethnicity disparities, justice, and other issues affecting CU and the rest of the world. Bwogger Amara Banks went in support of Jelani Cobb, but left with a new idol. Jelani Cobb, a professor at the School of Journalism and renown writer for The New Yorker, […]
Yesterday, politically savvy Bwogger Tamara Barriot took time to assess whether “The Donald” means what he says about getting the Latino vote. As refreshing as discussing the viewpoints of our two political idols can be, this was not Tamara’s first rodeo. Any debate regarding Donald Trump’s care for Latinos will likely spark controversy, and yesterday’s was no […]
This Thursday, CU for Hillary Clinton was paid a visit by the presidential candidate’s very own campaign manager, Robby Mook. A Columbia alum, Mook returned to his alma mater to provide insight on behind-the-scenes campaign work and offer his support for the club on campus. We sent Staff Writer Mia Lindheimer to check out the active political scene. […]
Hilary Clinton will grace the stage tonight on SNL.We hope to learn some fun facts about the presidential candidate, and have a few laughs in the process. (New York Times) Actress Helen Mirren has announced her days of nude scenes are over (CBS). Related, singer Demi Lovato posed nude and makeup-less for the cover of […]
You wanna be on top? We compile the best — to the worst — of Columbia this past month. We were generously tipped this concept and accept the challenge. Hillary Clinton. It’s no secret that she’s getting started. Former Secretary of State under #1 Columbia alum Obama and one-time First Lady began her second presidential run this […]
Fleet Foxes is still on hiatus, guys. Just give the kids some time to tend to their Columbia education. (Pitchfork) We don’t know about you, but we’re Ready for (Grandma) Hillary. (The Washington Post) The Folk Art Museum’s destruction is the MoMA’s pet preservation project. (The New York Times) The Supreme Court recently upheld Michigan’s […]
Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s meeting In one of the speediest (and most poorly attended) ESC meetings yet, council members celebrated Secretary Heidi Ahmed’s birthday, discussed PMSing (or post midterm snacking), and heard updates on the Diana. SGA liaison Jessica Lewis announced that there was “lots of Diana discussion” at the last SGA meeting. […]
For most of our readers, the graduation ceremonies have finished, and after watching all the webcasts, we still can’t tell them apart. They all have graduates throwing things/falling asleep/not paying attention, administrators reminding said graduates about the opportunities that await them, and lots of light blue and school pride. The one area that does have […]