News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are new student at Columbia this academic year, you are required to complete the Sexual Respect and Community Citizenship Initiative by March 20. If you did it last year, you are merely “strongly encouraged to participate.” While March 20 may still seem like a far way off, it’s actually the last day of spring […]
In the second year of the Sexual Respect Initiative, Columbia has offered more workshops and more sessions of each option. It has also hidden the availability of the Arts Option inside of the “Create Your Own Project” category and supposedly responded to the feedback of students and faculty. What does all of this change mean […]
News Editor Eric Cohn raises some points of concern with Columbia’s new sexual respect program. Recently, I contacted Dean Kromm asking her whether faculty and staff are required to go through any sort of sexual respect training, as is now required for students. In an official university statement from Associate Vice President for Media Relations Robert Hornsby, I learned […]
Committed CCSC reporter Joe Milholland breaks down the four major themes that CCSC tackled during their two-hour weekly meeting last night. Sexual Respect Program Dean of Undergraduate Student Life Cristen Scully-Kromm, CSA Dean Monique Rinere, and professor Rogerio Pinto from the school of social work talked to the council. The Columbia administration is requiring all students, […]