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Student-run food bank, now located in Lerner, will rely on donations to grow


The Food Bank—jumpstarted last fall by a $1,000 allocation from General Studies Student Council—is the latest of many efforts to address food insecurity at Columbia.

JJ's Place hours extended for Barnard students


At the start of this semester, Barnard students were turned away at JJ's Place after 11 p.m., but that policy changed over the weekend.

Private equity and hedge fund managers join Columbia Board of Trustees


Before newly-appointed Trustee Li Lu was a student at Columbia, he participated in the 1989 Tienanmen Square protests.

OPINION

COLUMN: Why don't we appreciate non-Western art?


If you can name more French impressionists than artists from the entire continent of Asia, your education may be too Eurocentric, this columnist writes.

OP-ED: For women leaders, the professional is always political


Many women are inculcated into taking on non-leadership roles, a SIPA alumna and mom of a recent Barnard graduate writes in this op-ed.

OP-ED: A student athlete describes navigating campus with a disability


"Each day it was difficult to get around; however, some days the way people treated me was worse."
 

SPORTS

Sports roundup: The weekend in soccer, volleyball, and hockey


What can we expect to see from the Lions in the coming semester? Check out recaps of men’s and women’s soccer, women's field hockey, and volleyball seasons in today's Sports pages.
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