The incoming and outgoing package center in Lerner Hall, previously slated to open early this semester, won't open until after most students have headed home for the summer.
Few students have a five-year plan, much less one for eight years from now.
Starting today at 1 p.m., Columbia students can vote on what they'd like to be handed as they shake President Bollinger's hand on Graduation day.
Columbia students will do anything for an iPod, including taking approximately 21 minutes to complete the Enrolled Student Survey.
Watt one-bedrooms are gone. Woodbridge is gone. The walk-through double in River is gone. Even the single with its own bathroom in Wien, the one you thought only you knew about, is gone.
Barring love at first sight between roommates on orientation day, living with one's significant other may seem as hopeful as requesting Hogan as a sophomore.
The Hartley-Wallach Living Learning Center lottery was cancelled yesterday because an e-mail sent to next fall's accepted LLC residents gave students the wrong date for room selection.
As a marginally successful Google-bombing campaign winds down, so does the feud between Columbia's CUCommunity and the Harvard-created, Columbia-inclusive thefacebook.com, say the instigators.
According to grumblings from the Engineering Student Council, many SEAS students feel they do not receive fair treatment in Core Curriculum and liberal arts classes at Columbia.
The United States Postal Service will unveil a pre-stamped postal card with a Low Library stamp on March 25.
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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