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10/5: The hidden costs of Columbia's Greek life

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High dues, hidden expenses: The cost of Greek life

As fraternity rush comes to a close and next semester’s sorority recruitment approaches, the prospect of participating in Greek life will remain out of reach to many low-income students unable to afford the steep costs associated with being a member of a fraternity or sorority.

Council-backed program will aim to pair upperclassmen with faculty advisers

The pilot program that launched Tuesday will pair up to 144 juniors and seniors with 24 faculty mentors of their choice this semester.

Columbia professor Joachim Frank wins Nobel Prize for molecular imaging breakthroughs

Frank was appointed as a Columbia professor in 2008 and currently runs his own lab at the Columbia University Medical Center. The lab’s research focuses on the processes by which RNA is translated into proteins within a cell.

Bartenders who contact new clients directly may face legal action, Barnard warns 

Director for Student Employment Services Cynthia Meekins told student bartenders that they may be subject to legal action if they contact new clients by email, a tack some students have turned to in order to circumvent a new, more restrictive system.


I'm smarter than Plato and so are you

One columnist argues that, while worth reading, many Core Curriculum books "should be secondary to discussions on the salient questions that Western philosophers have been tackling for millennia."
BDSM and Columbia's mis-kink-ceptions

"With few positive depictions in contemporary media, those with little knowledge of BDSM are bound to develop false assumptions."


Bagnoli questions anthem protests after marching band takes a knee at Princeton

At Saturday's football game, members of the Columbia University Marching Band kneeled during the national anthem. Head coach Al Bagnoli said he was not amused.
Football to test its undefeated record against Marist

Coming off of a blockbuster win at Princeton, football will look to keep its rare winning streak going against Marist.

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