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SpecDaily 10/18: Undocumented students seek support from classmates

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Undocumented students, unsure of future, urge classmates to help petition Congress

A group of undocumented Columbia students voiced concern for the future and called on classmates to advocate for policies to protect undocumented youth.

Columbia commits to 40 percent carbon reduction, implementation of zero-emission buses
Since the release of the University’s first Sustainability Plan in April, Columbia has begun implementing new sustainable programs and initiatives including cleaner transportation options and renovations, while setting new goalposts for greenhouse gas consumption.
Herman Cain, invited by CUCR, discusses conservatism in speech at Columbia

Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain spoke and took questions on campus Tuesday evening about modern conservatism and the American dream at an open forum hosted by Columbia University College Republicans.

Columbia University endowment increases to over $10 billion, reports 13.4 percent return

Columbia’s endowment reported a return of 13.4 percent for the 2017 fiscal year on Tuesday, raising the fund’s value to $10 billion.


Progress necessitates more than protest

OP-ED: Protest is a weapon of the many against the few who, under existing conditions, would dictate the natural state of affairs.
Contraception shouldn’t be controversial

OP-ED: College students in particular, then, need to learn about the imposed risks to their access to reproductive health care
Herman Cain and Mike Cernovich—CUCR speakers from a survivor’s perspective

OP-ED: Columbia University’s chapter of Take Back the Night condemns CUCR's decision to invite Herman Cain and Mike Cernovich in the name of promoting “free speech” and intellectual diversity. 


The four plays that lifted Columbia over Penn
Columbia’s success cannot be attributed to one side of the ball. Here are the four most crucial plays that lifted Columbia over Penn on Saturday.


The Space Where it All Starts

In their studio spaces, architecture students transform blank slates into places where creativity and camaraderie thrive.


Columbia students make magic with Harry Potter-inspired off-Broadway hit

The exhibit features work by artists who were inspired "because they were pissed off about something."
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