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Students, faculty question role of University Writing within Core Curriculum


“I feel like they teach a very contrived form of essay writing that I'm probably never going to use again” — Eddie Baker, CC '20

Student groups slow to take leadership of sexual respect workshops


One in four female undergraduates will be sexually assaulted before they graduate, but student groups are refusing to host workshops because they feel the existing sexual respect requirement is ineffective.

Contingent faculty union, students hold demonstrations at event featuring Barnard President Debora Spar


Student demonstrators silently held posters with phrases critical of what they saw as Spar's lack of engagement with issues like ongoing union negotiations, while members of the contingent faculty union distributed leaflets critical of Spar's recent op-ed in the New York Times.

Columbia reports the smallest endowment loss among its Ivy League peers


Though Yale posted at 3.4 percent gain, other institutions reported greater losses, making 2016 the worst year for many university endowments since 2009.

The Lions prepare to face Wagner College


After last week's 48-13 loss to Princeton, the Lions look to end their losing streak against Wagner. The last time the teams faced off, Columbia broke a 24-game losing streak wrought with frustration and despair.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: 'We Win'


From the sweat-streaked victors on the field, to the long-suffering student fan base, to the patient core of alumni supporters, the Light Blue created a sigh of relief. Columbia won a football game.
OP-ED: Graduate workers will be paying more than dues for unionization


"History shows that the progress Columbia has made for graduate workers will continue to grow, so why should we pay someone else while we continue to do all the work?"

OP-ED: International students need union protection, too


"My position at Columbia already feels precarious; the enormity of that bill and its imminent deadline only compounded this feeling of helplessness."- GSAS student

Office of University Life hosts panel on American political system, presidential election


The panel engaged in debates on issues with the two-party political system, campaign finance reform, and idealogical polarization.

OP-ED: The unity in first-year breakups


"I’d only been at Columbia for a week, but the outpouring of compassion and support from strangers made me think—made me know—that I had found my home."
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