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A study at Columbia University seeks to address heightened stress during the pandemic.

A federal program, like the WPA, can create new narratives for an evolving society more equitable and inclusive than those of the past or present.

President Bollinger reflects on the Senate confirmation of Biden's new Director of National Intelligence.

The days are short, but the locals are friendly, and this GSAPP student enjoys exploring the outdoors.

The University does not hold any direct investments in publicly traded oil and gas companies, and is formalizing this policy of non-investment for the foreseeable future.

With the inauguration behind them, what will President Biden and Vice President Harris tackle in the next days, months, and years?

Substantial change is long overdue in the United States, but the new administration can take these three steps to remedy past injustices.

In his new book, Professor Aaron Passell shows how community strategy and urban policy shaped Brooklyn and Baltimore.

Three goals for the Biden administration as it seeks to put science-based responses at the center of its policy initiatives.  

As climate change wreaks havoc on our planet, the federal government will need to grapple with perpetually increasing disasters. Here are four ways the Biden administration can better handle future natural catastrophes.

This School of the Arts film student is based in Seoul and working hard to stay connected with her community in New York.

Here are six comforting recipes that members of the Columbia community have been turning to during the pandemic. 

Free speech has been under attack during the Trump administration. The Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University suggests five ways the Biden administration can protect these constitutional rights.

A new Columbia study indicates energy can be extracted from black holes through reconnection of magnetic field lines.

There are fresh mangoes in the garden, but this undergrad wants to meet her new online classmates in person.