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.
Researchers have drawn on 17 years of data to develop a model that identifies areas in which the tick-borne illness is likely to emerge.
Columbia Startup Lab hosted a conversation between SIPA Professor Sarah Holloway and UBS Vice Chairman Jolyne Caruso-Fitzgerald on how social enterprise entrepreneurs can grow their missions.
Industrial farming in the temperate climates has been seen as the main cause of nitrogen pollution, but tropical agriculture emissions are catching up.
Ahead of Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin's visit to Columbia on March 6, we're digging into the unique culture of the country that often ranks among the world's happiest.
Pundits are full of assertions on winning White House bids, but they are just opinions and nothing more. Let's try to avoid the 'electability trap.'
Betti-Sue Hertz, Wallach Gallery director and chief curator, discusses how contemporary artists have adapted the ancient concept of shan shui.
As part of Columbia's World Leaders Forum, she will talk about climate change, gender equality and social welfare.
The Knight First Amendment Institute is publishing a collection of essays from leading experts and scholars looking into big tech's relationship with free speech.
Campus overdose prevention programs have trained more than 2,500 students, employees and community members to recognize the signs of an emergency and intervene.
This week's quiz will test your knowledge of champagne with Columbia roots, MacArthur grants and some new insights into the effects of a bad night's sleep.
In her new book, Professor Jennifer Wenzel challenges readers to imagine the lives of characters in places like Nigeria or India.
Jack Lew, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, and Raghuram Rajan, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, visited Columbia to discuss the connections between monetary policy and public support.
An annual event at the Italian Academy marking Holocaust Remembrance Day looks at online extremism.