For the first time, New York City will be using ranked-choice voting in a mayoral primary. Studies show it makes government more representative and cuts down on negative campaigning.
In a new book, “The Way Out,” Professor Peter T. Coleman explores how conflict resolution and complexity science can provide guidance.
Beyond the talk and fantastical conspiracy theories there might actually be a silver lining in trying to solve the puzzle of unidentified flying objects.
Looking back at the contributions of LGBTQ+ Columbians, offering resources, and sharing the events you can participate in this Pride Month.
Thanks to “jumping” genes, the genomes of social species have become larger than those of their nonsocial relatives.
Historian and journalist Gershom Gorenberg uncovers how secret intelligence helped win the war for the Allies in the Middle East.
Amir Ashour (GSAS'18) founded IraQueer, Iraq's first national LGBTQ+ group in 2014. Here's what he's up to today.
Kate Zambreno’s new book, To Write As If Already Dead, examines the age of AIDS and its aftermath.
For the second year in a row, Columbia is marking Juneteenth for our community. But how to observe the day? Columbians lend us their insight.
Columbia University announced the 2021 Pulitzer Prizes, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board.
Celebrate LGBTQ+ history at Columbia and the people who made that history with a little trivia.
Read her book to find out what to do if your mother is accused of being a sorceress.
Duvall's research focuses on the neural and molecular pathways that regulate biting and mating in mosquitoes.
To control the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority of the world needs to be vaccinated. A group of researchers from Columbia University is working with local governments in African countries to help their communities get the vaccines they need.
The team behind the viral @IvyLeagueScience leads the NSF Center for Chemistry with Electric Fields (ChEF). Here are five of their funniest TikToks so far.
Also known as an environmentalist, she discusses “Ghost Forest” and “What Is Missing,” which both address climate change.
Columbia News asked our community to send us photos of their Pride. Here's what we received!
The Capital One College Bowl premieres on June 22 and a team from Columbia University will be featured in the second episode on June 29.
On June 21, Columbia University Libraries hosted a ribbon-cutting to symbolize the full reopening of library spaces. Here's what you can expect this fall.
“Media Capture,” the new book edited by Anya Schiffrin, provides some answers.
The Knight First Amendment Institute hosted a week-long symposium to explore ways to lessen the dominance of tech giants and find new alternatives to gather online.
Meet Shomik Ghose (SEAS’23), Tamarah Wallace (CC’22), and Jake Fisher (SEAS’22), Columbia’s competitors on the newly revived Capital One College Bowl quiz show on NBC.