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November 14 marked the official start of holiday lights season Uptown, with 125th Street in full holiday flair for the 30th annual Harlem Holiday Lights “Caravan of Lights” parade and a “Lights on the Plaza” tree-lighting celebration on Columbia’s Manhattanville campus.
Did you miss the parade, but still want to enjoy a bright city night full of holiday lights? There are plenty more places Uptown that will be welcoming the season in style by decking out in full holiday flair.
Columbia alumnus Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was a lifelong champion of social justice and civil rights for the “untouchable” Dalit caste in India, who died on Dec. 6, 1956. Ambedkar was the first highly educated, politically prominent member of the Hindu “untouchable” caste. He is best remembered today for leading colonial India's only autonomous struggle for Dalit rights and social recognition, and for his role as Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Indian Constitution, which allowed him to leave a profound and enduring mark on Indian trajectories of democratic justice and affirmative action policy.
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No family should have to choose between buying food and buying toys during the holiday season. By donating a toy to the 25th Annual Columbia Community Service Toy Drive, you can ease the burden for many families and put a smile on the face of a child. This year's toy drive will run from Monday, December 4 to Friday, December 15, benefitting nine local community organizations that work with children.
On the northeast corner of Low Library sits a low-profile 9/11 memorial to members of the Columbia Business School community.
In commemoration of this somber date, Columbia News reached out to our community to learn what Columbians witnessed and recalled from Sept
In preparing for the return to campus, we asked current students and alumni to share their tips and tricks for making life at Columbia that much mo
Columbia is welcoming students back to campus for the first time since 2020 with events meant to help ‘connect, reflect and learn about the wonderf
Check out these restaurants, markets, pastry shops, pet stores, and more when you return to campus this fall.
Whether baseball stats or tap dance is your jam, there’s a community here that shares your passion.
In basements, stairwells, factories, and courtyards lie some of Columbia University’s most intriguing and little-known bits of history.
Columbians have long been biking to and around campus, but added bike racks and safer street connections throughout the city make two-wheeling it m
Michelle Young, GSAPP alumna and faculty member as well as founder of Untapped New York, helps reacquaint us with the can't-miss spots of Morningsi
On June 21, Columbia University Libraries hosted a ribbon-cutting to symbolize the full reopening of library spaces. Here's what you can expect thi