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Irvings announce gifts for cancer research, precision medicine

Irvings announce gifts for cancer research, precision medicine

Two of Columbia’s most generous and long-standing benefactors, recently announced several new gifts to the University.
Ann D. Thornton named University librarian

Ann D. Thornton named University librarian

Ann D. Thornton, a library-technology specialist, has been appointed Columbia’s head librarian.
Lions three-peat as Ivy champs, surprise Hurricanes in NCAA tournament

Lions three-peat as Ivy champs, surprise Hurricanes in NCAA tournament

The Lions baseball team celebrates its championship-clinching victory over Dartmouth.
Administrative reorganization follows key departures

Administrative reorganization follows key departures

President Lee C. Bollinger announced several promotions among members of his senior administration this summer.
New publishing imprint to tackle underreported global issues

New publishing imprint to tackle underreported global issues

Columbia Global Reports will release its first three titles this fall.
In Brief

In Brief

Diversity initiative gets $33M; Barnard College to accept transgender women; National Academy of Sciences elects three Columbia profs; Five new fellows.
Arthur Mitchell, a dancer who broke down barriers, brings archive to Columbia

Arthur Mitchell, a dancer who broke down barriers, brings archive to Columbia

Columbia’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library acquires the archive of pioneering ballet dancer, artistic director, and choreographer Arthur Mitchell.

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