Many involved in the wellness movement feel that the conversation has grown this semester, pushing for specific policy changes. But the past few months have also seen a rise in some students questioning the purpose of the movement.
The bookstore, on 112th Street and Broadway, will not be renewing its lease when it expires in February 2015.
The Columbia University Central and Eastern European Club aims to bring together students, professors, scholars, and professionals with interest in the region—even as enrollment in classes relating to Central and Eastern Europe has been falling.
New reports released Friday from the Senate’s quality of life survey reveal that undergraduate students are least satisfied with academic advising and career preparation and most satisfied with on-campus interviews and recruiting.
University Provost John Coatsworth said the plan will allow faculty over the age of 65 to receive 100 percent of their salaries upon retirement and phase out their retirements over five years.
Weighing the grades of different departments by their concluding performances produced some illuminating results.
Firing Dr. Murphy is not the solution to improving the athletics department.
We’ve had our good and our bad times this semester. We’ve done a lot of griping—and often for a good reason. But, against the spirit of finals, we’d like to talk about some good things that happened this semester. (And forgive us our snark.)
Emily Neil takes us behind the scenes and shows what goes into to making a Broadway play run like clockwork.
Ever wondered what the A&E editors were obsessed with this year? Boy, aren't you lucky (and weird.) Here are some bests—and worsts—of the past year.
The forgotten borough has a bad rap. Remember that episode of “Louie” in which Louis C. K. followed a high school punk home to tell his parents how much of a d-bag...
The Lions bounced back from a hard-fought loss to Bucknell on Saturday to pick up a convincing win.
The Light Blue has now lost eight straight with its 72-44 loss to Colgate on Saturday.
With the on-campus facility falling apart, now is the time to step up and make some improvements.
Few BuzzFeed articles have appeared as frequently on my Facebook News Feed as “22 Signs You Were Raised by Stephen Sondheim,” a piece that has been making the rounds of the cyber-world as of two weeks ago. This isn’t an exactly shocking fact for someone whose Facebook friends are mostly
In high school I had a teacher, Ted Munter, who taught me to ask the question: What is “art”? As I expressed interest in literature and becoming a writer, Ted exposed me to authors of contemporary fiction whose prose attempted something beyond the simple story. At the time, their intentions
Clothing is important. Or so it began to dawn on me as I wandered in and out of the shadows of the diversely attired mannequins—and in and out of the diverse histories and narratives these mannequins and their flamboyant outfits celebrated—at the Fashion Institute of Technology’s trailblazing new exhibit, A
Two weeks ago I visited 5 Pointz on a golden Saturday afternoon. I had heard the rumors that the massive, graffiti-adorned warehouse would finally be destroyed, but I didn’t really believe them. Not many did.
“Each year, they say 5 Pointz is gonna go,” one man said to me. “But
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