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Black Students' Organization calls for an end to College Republicans' funding

BSO argued that CUCR's lineup of speakers—including white nationalists—poses a “literal threat” to underrepresented groups.

Award-winning chemistry professor Ronald Breslow has died

Colleagues said they remember Breslow for his intellect and friendliness, and that his support was key in Columbia College’s decision to admit women in 1987.


Switching between home and here

COLUMN: When I go home, I will be reminded all of the ways that I am exactly the kind of diversity Columbia seeks out. Just underrepresented enough, but “passing” in every context.
Countering hate speech with speech, not violence

OP-ED: When students shout down extremists, the bigots are empowered rather than erased—they receive media coverage and legitimacy, CU Dems argue.
Beyond the pale green: Witchy discourse in the 21st century

OP-ED: If we can’t escape the implications of witches in modern culture and politics, we should learn to embrace and celebrate them.
When the going gets really tough

COLUMN: I have depression. So do many other people at Columbia. This is not a secret.


Does Barnard have a housing problem?

Barnard has experienced regular housing shortages for the duration of its history. Is there a solution in sight?
Exploring Columbia’s Greenmarket

Who are you walking past every Thursday and Sunday at the Broadway Columbia Greenmarket?


Football loses to Yale 23-6 in first defeat of the season

Players at many different positions have come together for football's record-breaking season, but a deep corps of wide receivers, led by a sophomore trio, lead the charge.


For published first-year authors, Columbia provides a new home to write

These three first-years had published books before they set foot on Columbia's campus.
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