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For many students, a remote college experience has fostered resilience, while others continue to struggle.

This recent descent of the Republic into the present abyss will force us to question whether fundamental structures of our political system—structures designed to avoid this very outcome—have failed the test of time and need to be revised and reformed.

A Columbia-Trinity College Dublin junior enjoys cycling to the sea and keeping up with her classmates in New York.

The Columbia News Quiz returns with a bumper review of the year, featuring questions on pop icon collaborations, Star Wars, Commencement, and much more.

On Dec. 16, 2020, New York City had its first big snowstorm of the year. The Columbia community did not waste the opportunity to capture Morningside campus as a winter wonderland.

What stories grabbed the attention of our readers in 2020? The results were pretty surprising. We invite you to take a look back.

'Columbia News' has you covered with a reading list for the winter months, featuring selections published by Columbia faculty over the last year.

As 2020 winds to a close, 'Columbia News' looks back on seven podcast episodes from across Columbia University's campuses that had an impact on us this year. 

Professor Stephen Murray celebrates the construction and enduring relevance of Notre-Dame of Amiens in his new book.

Katy Glenn Bass from Columbia's Knight First Amendment Institute discusses the Facebook antitrust case, its impact on freedom of speech, and what questions are still unanswered. 

A trans-Atlantic dialogue on the European Green Deal, climate diplomacy, and the impact of youth activist movements on shaping public policy.

In a new book, Professor Mark C. Taylor explores what happens when technology and artificial intelligence create revolutionary medical treatments.

Even though his adventure was unexpectedly shortened, a master's student feels fortunate for his time at Columbia and in New York.

The Master of Arts in Climate and Society is moving from its home in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Scholars speak about early print resources, Greek music, and amulet scrolls at the annual Norman E. Alexander Lecture in Jewish Studies at Columbia Libraries.