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How a true rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic was powered by a groundswell of grassroots volunteers.

March 31 marks Trans Day of Visibility, and Columbia News has gathered resources, events, and readings on Columbia’s trans changemakers and allies.

In her role as the programming director at Diverso, Columbia College junior Shailha Alam is trying to do just that.

What advanced countries can and should do to help the developing world and emerging markets recover from the pandemic and its economic aftermath.

An online GSAPP discussion centers on daily challenges on Sapelo Island, Georgia; the Shinnecock peninsula in eastern Long Island, New York; and Shishmaref, Alaska.

As the energy sector faces pressure to address social concerns, Columbia's Women in Energy program leaders share their recipe for more equity. 

This is part of a Columbia News series introducing members of the University's Scholarship for Displaced Students, a program administered by Columbia Global Centers. 

Professor Hamid Dabashi's biography of Jalal Al-e Ahmad introduces him to a new audience.

Recent violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders sadly has deep roots in the history of the United States.

Knight Institute’s Jameel Jaffer and Columbia Global Freedom of Expression’s Agnès Callamard renew demands that Saudi crown prince be held responsible for journalist’s death and cover-up.

A new book by Professor Kaiama Glover celebrates female protagonists who champion individual rights over community restraints.

In the wake of rising anti-Asian racism and the recent spate of hate incidents reported across the country, the Columbia community has gathered to publicly decry these horrific events.

This is part of a Columbia News series introducing members of the University's Scholarship for Displaced Students, a program administered by Columbia Global Centers. 

How to preserve the creative process behind haute cuisine is explored in an online GSAPP event.

When in-person interactions fell by the wayside over the last year, Columbia students stepped up to the challenge to help people make new friends.