Monthly Archives: October, 2012
After a week of studies, job hassles and roommate problems, we need an escape. Luckily, the Columbia Whovians offer a couple of hours of space and time exploration with the Doctor and his companions. And what can we say? There’s just something about a time-traveling, regenerating doctor that sets our little hearts aflutter.
There is a phrase at Columbia that is familiar to all who walk through the doors: “Create Change.” On November 8, there will be opportunities presented to job-seeking students to do just that at the Non-Profit Career Fair.
Columbia students are fortunate for such a long winter break (45 days to be exact, but who’s counting?). But why not hit the books early this spring semester and enroll in a J-Session course? From zombies (Zombies in Popular Media: 52-2725J) to travel writing in Rome (Topics in Writing Abroad: 55-4412J) and everything in between, there’s a J-Session course for everyone.
If a Financial Registration Hold was recently placed on your account you will be notified via LoopMail during the week of October 15th – October 19th. You may also visit the Holds section located in the “Students” tab inside OASIS. Be sure to resolve any hold immediately to ensure your ability to register for the upcoming semester. If you are unsure how to resolve your hold contact SFS at 866.705.0200 or by dropping into the office in person.
It is that time of year again. The time when all of a sudden you have three projects, two tests — and one day to get everything done. I am talking about midterms, my friends. But, there are people who
The Department of Campus Environment is working to reduce the amount of trash heading to the landfills from Columbia College through its composting program. What originally began as a mound of yard waste collected in bins in the alley of
Columbia’s Student Government Association (SGA) is currently seeking to fill open membership seats comprised of departmental and at-large senators for the Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 semesters. The SGA is an organization that serves to represent Columbia’s student voice and
TFA’s Chicago Area Recruitment Director, Sarah Troyer will be on campus on Tuesday, October 16 at 2:00PM to answer your questions about applying to the TFA program. So, if you’re graduating within the next two years and are considering applying