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What You Need to Know about the June 25 New York Primaries

Here’s what you need to know about the June 25 New York state and congressional primaries.

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An SPS lecturer shares her thoughts on how things could have gone differently.

Working alongside TC’s Sonali Rajan, a leading expert on research-driven solutions to reduce gun violence, students gain experience in an emerging

Columbia Business School research introduces a new model that simulates consumer routines, which could prove valuable for retaining customers.

The report provides insight into how policymakers and industry leaders can cultivate collaboration and foster trust in the face of growing threats

Sarah Cleveland, a distinguished scholar of international law, is the second U.S. woman to serve on the court.

Recognizing that broadcast outlets produce text-based journalism, the Columbia-administered prizes will now include them as award recipients. 

The Guardian US columnist will become executive director for the Craig Newmark Center for Journalism Ethics and Security in January. 

The rights of artists and writers are at the heart of the center’s offerings on copyright, intellectual property, and trademark law for students, p

In her new book, the Columbia Law professor explores the emerging battle between techno-democracies and techno-autocracies shaping our digital soci

Columbia Business School research suggests a first-of-its-kind, private, employer-employee arrangement.

Once again, world leaders came to campus to meet with students, staff, and faculty as the United Nations General Assembly and Climate Week got unde

With Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton at the helm, the Institute of Global Politics will be based out of SIPA.