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Columbia Spectator Nov 15
Number of reports of discrimination and harassment at Columbia grew 54 percent since last year, new records show
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Columbia Spectator Nov 15
Columbia ends decade-old debt exemption policy for GS student veterans, threatening registration
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Columbia Spectator Nov 15
Over 100 attended a grad student union rally today, which featured speeches from workers, graduates, and undergraduates. The rally comes in the build up to a potential indefinite strike starting Dec. 4. The University has until Nov. 30 at 5 p.m. to bargain.
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Columbia Spectator Nov 9
OP-ED: In the Wake of Anti-Semitism, A Silence to be Broken
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Columbia Spectator Nov 9
Trump’s proposed changes to visa policies adds to growing anxiety among international students
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Columbia Spectator Nov 8
Columbia graduates feature on ballots across the city, country
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Columbia Spectator Nov 8
SPONSORED: HEATTECH | Heat-retaining fibers keep warmth in — perfect for layering under that must-have college hoodie when you’re late to class.
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Columbia Spectator Nov 1
Beto O’Rourke, CC ’95, was playing bass guitar in campus bars and rowing on the Hudson the last time Texas had a Democratic senator.
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Columbia Spectator Nov 1
Columbia grad student union announces plans for indefinite strike beginning in December
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Columbia Spectator Oct 31
University issues revision after initial statement on Pittsburgh shooting fails to mention Jews or anti-Semitism
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Columbia Spectator Oct 30
The women’s cross country team seized its second consecutive Ivy League Championships title this weekend
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Columbia Spectator Oct 30
Columbia College Student Council moves forward with plan to subsidize MetroCards for low-income students
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Columbia Spectator Oct 30
SPONSORED: Ultra Light Down—Your Go-To Down | Lightweight warmth you can wear in the library, on the quad, and during those paper-is-due-tomorrow all-nighters. Your Ultra Go-To Down.
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Spec Sports Oct 27
Football narrowly escaped Yale 17-10 at Kraft Field today, making just enough plays to win despite being ravaged by injury. recapped the full game—read it here:
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Columbia Spectator Oct 25
One of the only Barnard offices that trans students have described as unfailingly supportive is the one tasked with excluding some of them: Admissions.
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Columbia Spectator Oct 25
Columbia raises over $20 million on giving day, smashing previous record
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Columbia Spectator Oct 25
Bollinger’s fundraising for Columbia has set records. What do his methods mean for the University’s future?
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Columbia Spectator Oct 25
SPONSORED: Today 's Center for American Studies will host a panel discussion of the history of Korematsu v US and its present-day impact on today's immigrants, right up to the recent travel ban,
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Columbia Spectator Oct 24
SPONSORED: Tomorrow, 's Center for American Studies will host a panel discussion of the history of Korematsu v US and its present-day impact on today's immigrants, right up to the recent travel ban,
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Columbia Spectator Oct 23
SPONSORED: On 10/25 's Center for American Studies will host a panel discussion of the history of Korematsu v US and its present-day impact on today's immigrants, right up to the recent travel ban,
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