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Transfer troubles: Barnard transfers have faced delays—sometimes months, sometimes years—waiting to receive credit for courses taken at other institutions, all thanks to inefficiency and poor communications in the registrar’s office.


The Notorious RBG returns: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned to Columbia for the Law School’s event honoring the 25th anniversary of her investiture as an associate Supreme Court justice.


Bold conference: At the first ever Bold Conference, Barnard students and faculty suggested that revisiting and diversifying syllabi and having more transparent student-faculty discussions would be critical steps in promoting diversity and inclusion in Barnard classrooms.




The F-word: Victoria Hou, CC ’21, invited Asian-Americans not to deem Asian nationals ‘FOBs’ in an effort to reject internalized racism and the pressure to assimilate.


Happy to be here: Fahima Ali, CC ’21, has made Columbia her home—she writes of never having been happier, and of making the most of the people and experiences here despite certain hardships.




Flawed fast fashion: The Roosevelt Institute gathered to discuss waste produced by American consumers and and the connections of popular fast fashion brands to safety, wage, and  international property violations.

Literature and lamentation: Quarto Magazine, 4x4 Magazine, and the Columbia Review hosted a joint open mic, showcasing student works on topics ranging from young love and identity to breaking and entering.

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