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A new union in town: Postdoctoral workers and associate research scientists voted 729-339 in favor of joining the Columbia Postdoctoral Workers-United Auto Workers Union, becoming the first certified postdoctoral union at a private university.


Calls to #CancelKavanaugh: Graduate students and professors have spoken out against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, organizing protests and signing letters to prevent his appointment to the Supreme Court. Students at the protests demanded Columbia publicly denounce Kavanaugh and improve their sexual assault policies.


Stop voter suppression: American Civil Liberties Union President Susan Herman, BC ’68, spoke to students about voter suppression and gerrymandering at a Voting Week event panel.


Bread crumbs are halal: Author Zawareen Zakaria, BC ’21, calls for better accommodations for Muslim students at Barnard, specifically concerning dining options and prayer spaces.


Whatever it takes: Kevin sen, GS ’22, extolls the dedication certain students demonstrate in prioritizing their education.



From family to film: Rachel Kastner, BC ’19, relays the story of her grandfather’s friendship with a girl who saved his life during World War II in her new documentary.




Representation Matters: Columbia’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race is having a hard time recruiting faculty to teach in its native studies track. What can the program do to find stability?


The Fault Is Not In Our Stars: With astrology, one student aims to find spirituality in an irreligious world.



Kaylo’s Race: How one General Studies student will attempt to run 240 consecutive miles in Moab, Utah.


Searching for Redemption: Football prepares to take on Marist on Saturday, looking to bounce back from its worst defeat in two seasons to Princeton last Friday.

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