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According to a rumor, President Bollinger just received a two ­year extension on his contract. On Friday, the Columbia University Board of Trustees voted to extend PrezBo’s contract until 2018. PrezBo was originally set to leave Low in 2016. Back in 2010, Bloomberg reported that Bollinger had “agreed with the board of trustees” to a contract that […]

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The University Senate has unanimously recommended that PrezBo and The Trustees (playing at Music Hall of Williamsburg next week) consider creating an interim Graduate Student Center. And that incredibly sillily-named committee has ideas! They argued that Columbia’s peer institutions have space dedicated to its graduate students and that such a space would increase a sense […]

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