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Fidget spinners are being handed out to new students at Columbia

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If New York mayoral candidate Bo Dietl wants campaign interns, he’s doing it wrong

What is he doing in Columbia Facebook groups?

Fundraiser for Columbia student hit by car raises $206,000 in just two days

The fundraiser is helping to cover medical and legal bills

Former FBI director leaked his memos to Columbia Law professor

Daniel Richman teaches Federal Criminal Law

Columbia student in critical condition after hit-and-run

A man has been arrested in connection to the incident

‘I fell in love with Columbia’: How a high schooler from the Philippines got into her dream school

‘Columbia has a very low acceptance rate and I thought I would never get into it’

Hamilton evacuated over fake bomb threat

Police told us the threat ‘turned out to be fake’

NFL star Andrew Hawkins says ‘Columbia University is extremely hard’

He still got a 4.0

Columbia’s mental health services failed me, and then they sent me home

I had to take two semesters of medical leave

This high school senior made a hilarious video about being waitlisted for Columbia – and then got in

Apparently all it takes is being a champion disc golfer

Columbia Baseball has made the playoffs, so finally here’s a sports event we can get into

We get it Columbia, sports aren’t your thing

Martin Shkreli is no longer coming to Mel’s tonight

He confirmed it in buy sell memes so it’s definitely going to happen

No Red Tape holds rally in support of Title IX at Columbia

‘Columbia is not doing enough to protect survivors’

Title IX protest planned outside Low Steps a week after student sues Columbia for mishandling her rape case

‘No Red Tape is holding a rally in support of Title IX and survivors of gender-based violence’

Will.i.am is coming to Columbia to speak about startups

Who else remembers ‘I Got It From My Mama’

Columbia is one of the top universities on the planet, according to new rankings

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Two years on, ‘Mattress Girl’ is still a divisive issue for Columbia students

One in five students claim it has changed the way they date