Streams and Echoes
The long musical journey of Chou Wen-chung '54GSAS
Rewired: Tim Wu’s Fantastic Foray
Law professor Tim Wu, the coiner of “net neutrality,” entered New York’s lieutenant-governor race to change politics. Will politics change him?
Heavy Heart, Empty Heart
Remembering the poet John Berryman in his centennial year
The Professor’s Last Stand
Columbia historian Eric Foner is giving his lectures to the public — and to posterity
The University holds its twenty-second white-coat ceremony, celebrating the initiation of a new class of future physicians
Remembering Kenneth Waltz
Grapes of Goth
A Columbia College senior gets a taste of medieval winemaking
Researchers Find Synaptic Link to Autism
Neurobiologists have made a discovery that may help explain why people with autism are prone to epilepsy and often oversensitive to noise and social experiences
Study of Ashkenazi Jews Opens Genomic Window
Columbia researchers have identified many previously unknown mutations common among the isolated group
Ai-jen Poo, Beau Willimon, and Other Alumni in the News
Columbians making headlines
Book Review: "Cover" and "What We See When We Read"
By Peter Mendelsund '91CC
Book Review: "All Our Names"
By Dinaw Mengestu '05SOA
Book Review: "The Wrong Carlos"
By James S. Liebman and the Columbia DeLuna Project
Bard in the USA
We talk with James Shapiro '77CC, the Larry Miller Professor of English and Comparative Literature, about his book Shakespeare in America
Book Review: "No Book but the World"
By Leah Hager Cohen '91JRN
Book Review: "The Late Starters Orchestra"
By Ari L. Goldman ’73JRN
In Brief: Fall 2014
President Lee C. Bollinger’s term extended, and other campus news
Amale Andraos Appointed Dean of GSAPP
Andraos is a principal at WORKac, an architecture and design firm known for combining elements of manmade and natural environments
Thirteen New Global Projects Receive Seed Grants
The University announces the latest recipients of grants from the President’s Global Innovation Fund
Media Institute Opens
The Brown Institute opens its doors at Columbia Journalism School
Freshman Lions football players spend three weeks volunteering in local parks and schools
The Columbia Secondary School graduates its first class
Goldstein to Head New Genomics Institute
David Goldstein, a prominent geneticist at Duke University, will soon join Columbia as a professor of genetics and development
Deans of Social Science, Humanities Appointed
Alondra Nelson and Sharon Marcus take on new roles
Miracle of the Mines
The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science marks its sesquicentennial