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Columbia Elections Board president resigns amid criticism from council leaders

The Columbia Elections Board’s president—its last remaining member—resigned last week, leaving Columbia’s three undergraduate councils to determine the future of the often-beleaguered organization.

Protestors interrupt EVP Goldberg's class to criticize University's Title IX compliance

“I’m going to ask you to stop, and we can talk at the end of class. You are interrupting my class and I’m going to ask you to leave,” Goldberg told protesters.

SPORTS

Columbia football players kneel during national anthem before Marist game
Two Columbia players kneeled and two sat on the bench during the national anthem before football's 41-17 win at Marist on Saturday afternoon.
Women's soccer outlasts Penn, wins 1-0 in double overtime
Women’s Soccer secured its third consecutive Ivy win with Friday’s 1-0 double overtime home defeat of Penn.
Bus transporting athletes catches fire, no injuries reported
A bus with members of the football, softball, and men’s tennis teams caught fire on its way back from Baker Athletics Complex. No one was injured in the fire, as the athletes exited the bus when it began to fill with smoke.

OPINION

OP-ED: Self-care at a predominantly white institution

An alumna writes about her experience with self-care and finding role models as a black woman at Columbia.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: An apology for Plato

To the working-class people living in Columbia’s shadow, Manhattanville might as well be Chanel: superficially beneficial but ultimately inaccessible to Harlem residents.

A&E

Ai WeiWei discusses human rights with graduate deans

The acclaimed Chinese contemporary artist and human rights activist shared his beliefs on the values of real life experience over education at an event Thursday discussing his most recent project.
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