Four applications – including one from Columbia University – have made the cut for the short list to host President Barack Obama’s future potential library.
During the rally students could be seen carrying a mattress around to make a point. Demonstrators said people need to wake up.
In the wake of the Ray Rice scandal and reports of on-campus rapes, demonstrators at Columbia University say more attention needs to be paid to the issue of sexual assaults on campus.
Emma Sulkowicz, a senior majoring in visual arts, says it is part of her thesis, an endurance performance art piece called “Carry That Weight.”
There was new information on Tuesday night about a 32-foot wooden ship that was found buried at Ground Zero.
At least six locations in three different states, including New York, entered official bids by Monday’s deadline in an effort to house Barack Obama’s presidential library.
It’s not known who created the list, which has generated both support and outrage around campus, but many students blame the university for not doing enough to pursue sex assault cases.
The report said that there are fewer predominately white school districts and that minority students are mainly concentrated in high poverty districts.
In a story that might sound too juicy to be true, a young man said in an online student newspaper submission that he has been living as a college student by day and an escort by night.
Farina marked the occasion with an appearance at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Gillibrand and Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri released a bipartisan letter Friday to the leadership of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education, asking for money to investigate and enforce sexual assault laws at colleges and universities.
A racy video shot between stacks of books at Columbia University has gone viral, and while the students who made the video have called it art, others have deemed it lewd and pornographic.
Police on Saturday were asking for help from the public in finding a suspect who stole a woman’s iPhone near Columbia University.
In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a member of a board that collected records on the assassination in the 1990s talked about its process and findings.
Surveillance cameras captured two possible suspects entering the building at West 111th Street near Broadway on Monday night.