What Happened to Angkor?
Columbia tree-ring scientists journey to a remote forest in Cambodia to search for clues about the demise of a lost civilization
The Arab Reawakening
With rebellion sweeping the Arab world, Rashid Khalidi, the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies, discusses the prospect for real change
Fiction: "Daughter, Lost"
By Julie Wu '96PS
Meet the Flockers
At Columbia’s Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, weather meets feather, beak meets beaker, and the past becomes a forecast
Feeding the Meter
The improbable origins of poet Keith O’Shaughnessy's first book
Letter from Brisbane
Recalling Australia's worst-ever natural disaster
Hands and Hearts
Community Impact celebrates 30 years of service
What Bugs Mosquitoes?
Szabolcs Marka is developing a virtual mosquito net with infrared light vibrating at wavelengths that will irritate the insects
They Shot it Their Way
Columbia filmmakers collect prizes for some of 2010’s most daring and original films
Shadows on the Boardwalk
Architects Patrick Lausell '09GSAPP and Paola Marquez '09GSAPP win competition to design Atlantic City Holocaust memorial
Book Review: "The Lost Peace"
The Lost Peace: Leadership in a Time of Horror and Hope, 1945-1953, by Robert Dallek '64GSAS
Review: "The Emperor of All Maladies"
A Biography of Cancer, by Siddhartha Mukherjee
Book Review: "The Balfour Declaration"
The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, by Jonathan Schneer '78GSAS
Venni, vidi, ora mangiate!
John F. Mariani ’73GSAS, a columnist for Esquire and Bloomberg News, discusses his book How Italian Food Conquered the World
Book Review: "Endgame"
Bobby Fischer’s Remarkable Rise and Fall — from America’s Brightest Prodigy to the Edge of Madness, by Frank Brady '76SOA
"Big, Tough, and Tender"
The Northwest Corner Building gets praised for its accessible, community-friendly design