Tissue engineers at CUMC are bending the idea of what's possible — by growing new cartilage and bone inside the body
A Voice for Justice
Professor Elora Mukherjee and law students from Columbia’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic are fighting for asylum seekers held in detention — and winning
Columbia’s bounty of hidden art is beginning to see the light of day
When three architects decided to convert a Brooklyn warehouse into a state-of-the-art performance space, their plans didn't stop with the blueprints
Tap into the mind of crossword-puzzle constructor Finn Vigeland ’14CC
The Turn of the Key
Ancient Rome scholar Dan-el Padilla Peralta teaches the classics to formerly incarcerated adults
Maureen Ryan '92SOA is the new chair of the Columbia film department
The Morningside Opera staged a revival of Harry Lawrence Freeman's Voodoo at Miller Theatre
Paint by Numbers
Helena Kauppila '10GSAS wants the dispersal of objects in her paintings to be as arbitrary as the scattering of stars in the galaxies
Why Some Companies Don't Invest in Cybersecurity
Benjamin Dean ’14SIPA, a fellow for Internet governance and cybersecurity, says they have little financial incentive to do so
Fill 'er Up — With Bacteria?
A miniature car powered by microbes and evaporating water is the latest invention to come out of the laboratory of biophysicist Ozgur Sahin
Study Hall: Fall 2015
Scientists Find Tools that Predate Earliest Known Humans
Columbia geologists Christopher Lepre and Dennis Kent ’74GSAS assess a momentous discovery
Saharan silver ants, big brown bats, and dinosaur eels are among our best engineers
How Your Birth Month Influences Your Health
The month you were born helps determine your risk for asthma, ADHD, heart disease, and many other common medical problems
Cancer Can be Catching
Leukemia is spreading among soft-shell clams through seawater, marking only the third instance that scientists have ever found of cancer cells migrating between organisms
Biking and Breathing
Is cycling in the city as healthy as people think?
The Tony and I
Columbians had a big night at this year’s Tony Awards, with sixteen affiliated productions taking home honors
Three Columbia affiliates have won 2015 PEN American literary awards
Book Review: "Midnight’s Furies"
The Deadly Legacy of India’s Partition, by Nisid Hajari '96GSAS
Book Review: "In the Country"
By Mia Alvar '07SOA
Book Review: "The Ethics Police?"
The Struggle to Make Human Research Safe, by Robert L. Klitzman
Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
Heidi Grant Halvorson ’01GSAS discusses her book No One Understands You and What to Do about It
Book Review: "Bradstreet Gate"
By Robin Kirman '07SOA
Book Review: "Orient"
By Christopher Bollen '98CC
Irvings Announce Gifts for Cancer Research, Precision Medicine
Two of Columbia’s most generous and long-standing benefactors recently announced several new gifts
Ann D. Thornton Named University Librarian
Ann D. Thornton, a library-technology specialist, has been appointed Columbia’s head librarian.
Arthur Mitchell, a Dancer who Broke Down Barriers, Brings Archive to Columbia
Columbia’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library acquires the archive of Arthur Mitchell, the pioneering ballet dancer, artistic director, and choreographer Arthur Mitchell
Columbia Eyes Collaboration with Obama Post-Presidency
The Barack Obama Foundation plans to develop an academic partnership with the University
Lions Three-Peat as Ivy champs, Surprise Hurricanes in NCAA tournament
The baseball team celebrates its championship-clinching victory over Dartmouth
New Publishing Imprint to Tackle Underreported Global Issues
Columbia Global Reports will release its first three titles this fall
In Brief: Fall 2015
Diversity initiative gets $33M, among other campus news