Columbia University Community Shocked By Deadly Knife Attack On Graduate Student Davide GiriIn a letter to students, Columbia University President Lee Bollinger called Giri's death "unspeakably sad and deeply shocking, as it took place only steps from our campus."
Law Enforcement Investigating Bomb Threats Against 3 Ivy League Schools, Including Columbia UniversitySeveral buildings on the Columbia University campus were evacuated Sunday following a bomb threat, the school said.
Senior Citizens Benefiting From Medical Care Service In NYCHA And Privately Owned BuildingsExpert medical care was delivered to the doorsteps of seniors in the city on Thursday. From vision screenings to vaccines, the program made a world of difference.
Some Columbia University Students Vow To Ramp Up Tuition StrikeFriday was the deadline for the university to respond to their demands for payments to be reduced by 10%. 
Coronavirus Impact: Some Columbia University Students Say They're Prepared To Withhold Payments If Tuition Isn't LoweredCoronavirus pandemic fallout has impacted the way college students learn.
Former FBI Director James Comey To Teach Course At Columbia UniversityThe schools says Comey will teach a course titled "Lawyers and Leaders."
Columbia University Bans Dozens Of Students From Campus For Violating COVID-19 Travel RestrictionsThe group of MBA students reportedly traveled to Turks and Caicos, violating school protocols not to travel.
Columbia University Taking Medical School Founder Samuel Bard's Name Off Campus Dorm Due To Slave-Owning PastThe building, which is home to clinical students studying at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, was named for Samuel Bard when it opened in 1931.
'We Stand On The Shoulders Of Shirley Chisholm': Brooklyn Political Powerhouse Serves As Source Of Inspiration For Sen. Kamala HarrisIn her words and her campaign slogans and colors, Harris consistently pays tribute to Congresswoman Chisholm.
Lawmaker, Educator Worried About Contact Tracers Not Asking About Attending ProtestsThere has been progress in the fight against COVID-19, but the massive protests and the reopening of businesses have created fears of a new wave of infections.
Columbia University Researchers Say 36,000 Lives Could've Been Saved If Social Distancing Started SoonerNew research shows thousands of COVID-19 deaths may have been preventable if the United States had acted faster with social distancing policies.