Recap is a Columbia News series that highlights and summarizes some of the major events happening at Columbia University. 

A two-day conference at Columbia looks back at the Vietnam War and the lives it touched.

The conversation focused on the task force’s first report and the experiences of Jews and Israelis at Columbia.

Members of the Columbia Nursing community gathered recently for the School of Nursing's inaugural Dialogue Across Difference event, “Art in the Tim

The Initiative will be centered around four main pillars: women's economic opportunity, women's health, women's safety and security, and women's le

Ramin Bahrani discusses If Dreams Were Lightning with Wafaa El-Sadr.

The School of International and Public Affairs, the Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life, and Columbia Religious Life co-hosted a discussion with t

Columbia Business School recently hosted a discussion with students, staff, and faculty to better understand and address rising polarization as par

Columbia Engineering and the Knight First Amendment Institute recently convened multidisciplinary experts to discuss the impact of artificial intel

Students, faculty, and staff gathered in person and online to explore how the often binary conversations around current events inform our understan

U.S. Climate Envoy and former Secretary of State John Kerry delivers the gala’s keynote address.

At a recent panel hosted by SPS' Strategic Communication and Political Analytics graduate programs, a key question was considered: What is the diff

On November 30, leaders from Columbia and Princeton joined together to share their strategies and recommendations for discussing complex, charged t