A student found guilty of sexual assault will be allowed back on campus for the semester following an order issued from a U.S. district court judge Aug. 23.
The NLRB ruled Tuesday that graduate students at Columbia qualify as employees of the institution and therefore have the right to unionize.
Faculty members have approved a winter term, called Wintersession, that will feature 10 accelerated courses in January 2017.
With the fall semester a mere two months away, four individuals will begin their positions as University administrators July 1.
As the Class of 2016 walked out of the Van Wickle Gates last weekend, Brown was preparing for the classes of 2021 and beyond to walk through them.
The fate of an anonymous John Doe remains unclear after a federal district court judge rejected the University’s decision to suspend him for two years
In the week since the death of Victor Yoon Chul Chang ’16, it seemed that echoes of his hearty laugh can still be heard across campus.
Corporation members celebrated the topping off of the new School of Engineering at the May meeting of the Corporation.
Victor Yoon Chul Chang ’16, a former Herald contributing writer, has died, administrators wrote in a community-wide email Monday afternoon.
The University recently announced its selection of eight scholars and intellectuals to be given honorary degrees this May.