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Columbia drops investigations of protesters accused of disrupting CUCR event

The decision to drop investigations came after over 100 faculty members signed a letter to President Bollinger and Suzanne Goldberg criticizing the “overreaction of the University to student protest."

TAs to receive mandatory training on Title IX and suicide prevention

The training outlines how to deal with sensitive topics such as race, ethnicity and politics, as well as how to navigate romantic relationships between TAs and students or faculty.


Healing and its discontents

LOVE, ACTUALIZED: My most cherished psychologist once told me that healing can only occur in the context of a loving relationship.
We’re all in this together

OP-ED: First-years’ initial interactions with the Columbia community should be one of a unified community, as opposed to a fractured one.


Anders Hill propels football to best season since 1996

Meet the player behind Columbia's newly high-powered offense.
Football, looking to keep Ivy League title aspirations alive, to host Harvard Saturday

 There's a three-way tie at the top of the Ivy League. To stay in first, the Lions will likely need to beat the Crimson, a perennial Ivy powerhouse squad.


Max Goldner, CC ’19, brings architecture-inspired choreography to campus dance groups

While he sets his pieces within a seemingly rigid system, Goldner considers its contrasts and how the flexible movement of dancers can influence the rigidity.
CU Players explore time, love, and identity in annual One Act Festival

“Sometimes people are like ‘I have no idea what that was, I’m so confused,'" according to a CUSS member. "We like those reactions.”
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