ESC and CCSC Presidents Peter Valeiras and George Krebs announced an event honoring the life of Eric Harms, the Columbia student who recently passed away. The remembrance of Harms’ life will be on Monday, February 9th in Low Plaza and is open to the Columbia Community. Full email after the jump.
It’s been seven years since 9/11, and the city’s firefighters still come here, to Firemen’s Memorial on 100th St. and Riverside. The Ground Zero memorial is restricted to those from FDNY 343 and their family members. “It’s sad that an event like this has to bring us all out,” said Officer Pat McNeely, from Ottawa, […]
In case you haven’t checked your email within the last hour – or tend to disregard student council announcements altogether – Columbia’s student councils have joined forces to schedule a candlelight vigil for victims of the Virginia Tech massacre. The ceremony will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) night at 9PM by the Sundial. CCSC President Seth […]
Whacko Alums Who Amuse and Inspire Wayne Allyn Root, C’83, is considering running on the Libertarian ticket during the next presidential election. More importantly, he has gotten rich by peddling crap, and he knows it. Nevertheless, after a career involving sports news, TV production, gambling, and writing best-selling books such as Millionaire Republican (part of subtitle: “Why Rich […]
Beginning at 8:30 today, Students United for America, “a nonpartisan organization promoting community service and global debate” have been holding their annual sundial reading of the names of 9/11 victims. A reading of the number of people who have died in their names since then, anyone?