COLUMBIA AND THE WORLD
The Secretary of the State
Between events on campus, Madeleine Albright spoke to Columbia about the war in Iraq.
As president of Georgia, Mikhail Saakashvili is using his winning and Western ways to bring his country out of post-Soviet chaos.
by Erin Arvedlund
World Leaders Forum 2004
Is Post-9/11 Security Grounding Scholars?
by Marcus Tonti
International students may be having a tough time getting into the country. And academics too?
Two centuries after their ancestors' showdown in Weehawken, a Hamiltion and a Burr square off again.
by Marcus Tonti
Always Shining, Rarely Shown
"Jewels in Her Crown" brings some gems from special collections of Columbia's libraries to the public.
Back on the Starting Block
by Beth Kwon
by Wm. Theodore de Bary
James T. Shotwell: A Life Devoted to Organizing Peace
by Lisa Anderson
Salo Wittmayer Baron: Demystifying Jewish History
by Michael Stanislawski
Columbia as a Global University
by Nicholas B. Dirks
Columbia and the World: The University's Globalization Task Force
by Lee C. Bollinger
The Dialogue on Manhattanville; Strengthening Global Ties; Annan Speaks at Law School; Klezmer at the Kraft; Remodeled CU Home Page; Appointments; J-School Proposes to Add Two-Year Program; Commemorating Brown v. Board of Education; Mary Robinson Joins Columbias Faculty; Meet CUMC; Help Write Columbias History; WKCR Returns to Tristate Area; Painting New Horizons; Learning@Columbia; Sports Highlights
Columbia 250 kick-off; symposia; How do you celebrate a University?; calendar; A Columbian Ahead of Her Time: Constance Baker Motley
Books by Paul Auster, Jacques Pépin, Nina Munk and Phillip Lopate
BOOKS IN BRIEF
Books by Lisa Anderson, James Boylan 51JRN, Sheila M. Rothman and David J. Rothman, James Zug 99SOA, Jagdish Bhagwati, Alec Michod 99SOA and Joseph E. Stiglitz.
Going Vertical by Ben Kornfeind