I have to offer you a TRIGGER WARNING (and a big, hearty NSFW) before I show you the YouTube below. I’d hate to think what it would do to special snowflakes at Columbia University who are traumatized by Ovid. Well, well, well. As Democracy degrades into Demotism, the electorate gets exactly what the salacious little buzzards utterly deserve. Show More Summary
Researchers from Columbia Engineering and Columbia University Medical Center have developed a new method that can target delivery of very small volumes of drugs into the lung. Their approach, in which micro-liters of liquid containing...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) In the current issue of the New Yorker, Steve Coll, Dean of the Columbia University School of Journalism, has a brief piece on Hillary Clinton’s private email problems. He traces the current scandal to…Rush Limbaugh!...Show More Summary
More concrete rumors are swirling that President Obama will teach at Columbia Law School once his term is up, with Columbia University president Lee C. Bollinger seemingly confirming Obama would have some role at the school in 2017....Show More Summary
At yesterday's convocation ceremonies, Columbia University President Lee Bollinger told students that famous alumna and leader of the free world President Obama would be back at the school. But given Obama's recent lament about the loss of H&H, we're guessing he's just coming back for the revered poppy-seed bagels at Absolute Bagels. [ more › ]
In August, scientists at Columbia University released a study that identified the contribution that global warming made to the severity of the California drought between 2012 and 2014. Their finding - that global warming increased the...Show More Summary
Vision researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered a gene that increases the risk for myopia in people who spending a lot of time in childhood reading or doing other close visual work.
A passing comment by Columbia University's president touched off a flurry of expectations that President Obama would affiliate with his alma mater after he leaves office, but the White House said no decisions had been made.
President Barack Obama isn't announcing plans to head to Columbia University — at least not yet.
President Barack Obama has made no final decisions about what he will do after leaving office, the White House said on Monday, following comments by Columbia University’s president that he looked forward to welcoming Obama back to campus in 2017. “The President has long talked about his...
WASHINGTON, Aug 31 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has made no final decisions about what he will do after leaving office, the White House said on Monday, following comments by Columbia University's president that he looked forward to welcoming Obama back to campus in 2017. Show More Summary
The White House insisted Monday that President Obama has made no final decisions about his post-presidential plans, after Columbia University's president reportedly told new students that the university would welcome back its "most famous alumnus" in two years.
The president of Columbia University on Monday said Barack Obama will be part of the New York school in some way when his presidency ends.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger said at convocation that the school “is looking forward to hosting the president in 2017,” the Columbia Spectator reports. “He didn’t elaborate at convocation about what type of role or presence Obama will have on [...]
Columbia University president Lee Bollinger told students at a convocation on Monday to get excited, because President Barack Obama was on his way — as was First Lady Michelle Obama. Not immediately, though — students would have to wait until after he finished his term in 2017. Bollinger didn't explain exactly what the Obamas... More »
Obama graduated from Columbia in 1983.
Vision researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered a gene that causes myopia, but only in people who spend a lot of time in childhood reading or doing other "nearwork."
The New York Times reports that Oliver Sacks, author and neurologist — who previously held tenure at New York University School of Medicine, Columbia University, and other esteemed institutions — …Read More
NEW YORK (AP) -- Citing the importance of the First Amendment, Columbia University asked a judge Friday to reject a student's lawsuit alleging the school failed to protect him after a onetime friend called him a "serial rapist" and carried a mattress around campus to protest sexual abuse. Show More Summary
A recent graduate is suing the university for allowing a student who accused him of rape to harass him by carrying a mattress around campus in protest.