This week's quiz will feature snapshots of university life in the dining halls, community support at Barnard College and the legacy of one self-made business woman.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers and scientists at Columbia University will combine their efforts to address the opioid and substance use crisis.
The new program will deepen understanding of the richness and complexity of Muslim cultures and civilizations.
Catching enough Z’s can lead to improved health, productivity and sustainable choices that conserve Earth’s resources.
The fear that an epidemic could reappear will likely exert a small downward force on prices and demand, for decades to come.
From famous firsts to pioneering discoveries, this week's Columbia News Quiz will test how much you know about the who, what and when of Columbia Women's History, spanning from 1886 to the modern day.
In his new book, Professor James Shapiro explores why Americans have historically embraced the bard and why—in this world of quarantines, Donald Trump and Harvey Weinstein—they should do so now more than ever.
Veteran war and disaster correspondent Judith Matloff shares her tips for surviving the new normal—social distancing and self-quarantine—during the virus outbreak.
With this week's quiz, we're catching up on some of the achievements and research developments that continue in the face of a pandemic.
To prevent a tragedy, the global community must act now.
As commencements are canceled across America, faux graduation selfies become the new normal. What do they mean?
In her new book, Professor Jennifer Lena examines why, if the arts have broadened in this country, they still remain unequal and elitist.
Columbia faculty launch a free website with 70 courses to help students explore new ideas and structure their day during uncertain times.
This week, our news quiz covers everything from celebrity PSA campaigns to the innovative way a decades-old school tradition has transformed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Claudia Breger's new book shows how many films now being made in Europe provide alternative views of refugees, immigrants and other marginalized communities.
The National Science Foundation awards $75 million to a Columbia-led team to support major improvements necessary to advance high-energy physics.
Find out how Columbia alum Kate McKinnon's next role and a $75 million project for the LHC made the headlines, with this week’s News Quiz.
Business School Professor Stephan Meier’s research shows that financial strains only scratch the surface for Americans facing job loss.
The Columbia oncologist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author reunites with the renowned filmmaker to illuminate the past, present and future of genomic science.