Writing in the Boston Globe, University Professor Jeffrey Sachs offers four foreign policy reforms that could keep the U.S. out of "wars of choice."
Writing in the Boston Globe University Professor Jeffrey Sachs offers four foreign

Our misguided ‘wars of choice’ - The Boston Globe

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On the day before Earth Day, the University pledges to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 35 percent in the next three years. You can read the plan and President Bollinger's statement on Columbia's commitment here:
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Columbia Unveils New Campus Sustainability Plan

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Columbia’s School of the Arts is thriving creatively but has long suffered from a lack of space. With the opening of the Lenfest Center in Manhattanville, that’s about to change. Now, Dean Carol Becker says, “We can invite everyone in the adjoining neighborhoods and the Columbia community to experience what we’ve been doing for decades."
Columbias School of the Arts is thriving creatively but has long suffered

Dean Carol Becker Welcomes the Arts to a New Home

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“I think most polar scientists have considered water moving across the surface of Antarctica to be extremely rare. But we found a lot of it, over very large areas.”
-- Columbia glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake.
I think most polar scientists have considered water moving across the surface

Water Is Streaming Across Antarctica

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Join us live on Facebook at 4 p.m. for U.S. Congressman Adam Schiff's Columbia Law School talk on “The Cyber Threat to our National Security and Privacy.” Rep. Schiff is the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
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Law School Professor Alex Raskolnikov says the Columbia Journal of Tax Law's guide to the House Republicans’ tax reform package is a must read for anyone interested in the plan's implications.

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Law School Professor Alex Raskolnikov says the Columbia Journal of Tax Laws

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New research shows that people who took vitamin B supplements nearly reversed the negative effects of air pollution on their cardiovascular and immune systems.
New research shows that people who took vitamin B supplements nearly reversed

Vitamin B Diminishes Effects of Air Pollution-Induced Cardiovascular Disease | Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

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We're one month away from Commencement! Learn what students, families, guests, faculty & staff need to know ahead of the big day.
Were one month away from Commencement Learn what students families guests faculty

Columbia University Commencement

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Four Columbia professors were named Guggenheim Fellows for 2017. Learn more about their research interests, which encompass celebrity culture, the sociology of knowledge, data analysis, and music.
Four Columbia professors were named Guggenheim Fellows for 2017 Learn more about

Four Columbia Faculty Members Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

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President Lee C. Bollinger has elevated Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, professor of biomedical engineering, professor of medical sciences, and director of Columbia’s Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering, to the rank of University Professor, Columbia's highest academic honor.
President Lee C Bollinger has elevated Gordana VunjakNovakovic professor of biom

President Bollinger Appoints Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic a University Professor

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Columbia’s new Manhattanville campus is coming to life this spring. Alma's Owl explains how our Morningside Heights campus was dedicated almost 121 years ago while it was still just a construction site.
Columbias new Manhattanville campus is coming to life this spring Almas Owl

Ask Alma's Owl: When Morningside Was the New Campus

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Meet Michael Abolafia and Hui Yu Wong, who were named Columbia College's valedictorian and salutatorian.
Meet Michael Abolafia and Hui Yu Wong who were named Columbia Colleges

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A new scholarship program in the School of Professional Studies will support master's degree students from historically black colleges and universities.
A new scholarship program in the School of Professional Studies will support

Columbia University partners with HBCUs to fight lack of business diversity

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New research from Columbia geneticist Emmanuelle Passegué reveals how some stem cells age and how they may be rejuvenated to promote healthy aging.
New research from Columbia geneticist Emmanuelle Passegué reveals how some stem cells

Stem Cells Are Immortal, But They Do Get Old - Columbia University Medical Center

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Professor James Hansen of the Columbia Earth Institute discusses the politics of speaking up and knowing when it's time to say something.
Professor James Hansen of the Columbia Earth Institute discusses the politics of

James Hansen: What Makes A Scientist Take A Stand?

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Congratulations to School of the Arts professors Lynn Nottage and Hilton Als, who won Pulitzer Prizes today.

Nottage won in the drama category for "Sweat," a "powerful yet nuanced drama that reminds audiences of the stacked deck still facing workers searching for the American dream." Als, who writes about theater for the New Yorker, won in the criticism category for his "bold and original...
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Join us live in the World Room of Pulitzer Hall where Pulitzer Prize administrator Mike Pride is announcing the 101st class of winners.
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It's Pulitzer Prize Day here on campus! We'll livestream the 2017 prize announcement at 3:00 ET from the World Room in Pulitzer Hall.
Its Pulitzer Prize Day here on campus Well livestream the 2017 prize

Video: 2017 Pulitzer Prize Announcement

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Data from a long-term study by Mailman School of Public Health shows that babies born during a famine in China suffered from no long-term health effects--except for schizophrenia.
Data from a longterm study by Mailman School of Public Health shows

Chinese Famine Data Show No Long-term Health Effects Except for Schizophrenia | Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

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Can a cancer cell "escape" malignancy and return to normal? Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) and New York-Presbyterian have launched a clinical trial of a compound that has been shown to induce tumor reversion.
Can a cancer cell escape malignancy and return to normal Researchers at

Can We Make Cancer Cells Normal Again? - Columbia University Medical Center

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