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The long-running MicroBooNE experiment at Fermilab has found no signs of a proposed new particle, the sterile neutrino, but the experiment offers insight into unexplained electron-like events found in an earlier experiment.

From arts and humanities to engineering and medicine, here are the latest awards and milestones achieved by Columbians.

Kellie Jones, the Hans Hofman Professor of Modern Art, has big plans to center the arts in the department’s teaching, scholarship, and programming.

The field of nanoscience promises new tools for studying the brain, controlling artificial limbs, and treating mind and body, researchers argue in a Nature Methods review paper, "Time for NanoNeuro."

A new web page is launched to give an overview of the endowment and other financial issues.

Simon will also serve as a senior visiting fellow at the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University.

In an online GSAPP event, Nigerien architect Mariam Kamara discusses the role that memory plays as a blueprint for her work.

In search of the mysterious transition between metallic and insulating states of matter, Columbia researchers find signatures of quantum criticality in a unique material.

With Halloween around the corner, Columbia News is taking a look at some of the ghoulish lore surrounding this 267-year-old university.

Meet Venice Ohleyer (CC'22), a native Brooklynite, and member of Columbia's oldest improv group, Fruit Paunch.

In his new collection of essays, Iconoclasm, David Freedberg explores the power of images and why people feel so strongly about them that they often want to censor, remove, or destroy them.

Here's everything you need to know to make sure your vote is counted on November 2 in the NYC General Election.

From Morningside Heights and Harlem to Washington Heights and Inwood, these websites let you know what's happening in your neighborhood.

Professor Liên-Hằng Nguyễn from the department of history hopes to expand the Vietnamese Studies program at Columbia, in an effort to foster greater understanding of the country and its history.

This weekend marks the 20th annual Fun Run, Walk, and Roll, established by President Lee C. Bollinger in 2002. Take a look back at the very first fun run ever.