Volume 23, Issue 10
November 21, 1997
Earth Chills Suddenly Every 1,500 Years
Calendar: Events at Columbia, Nov. 21 to Dec. 4, 1997
Jesse Jackson Meets with Students: Calls for Continued Affirmative Action, Social Change
Mama Joy's Owner Funds Five College Scholarships; Estrin: 'Giving Back to Columbia and Morningside Heights'
Eisenstaedt Photography Awards Are Established at the Journalism School
Bistro, Bakery, Nacho Mama's to Open Soon in Neighborhood
Chase Bank Will Move to 109th St.
Legislative Update: Good News for Higher Ed in '98 Federal Budgets
Suzanne Vega Returns to Her Stomping Ground
In Giant Helium Balloon, Janet Conrad Pursues the Theoretical Heavy Neutrino
People: Kaufman, Brinkley, Kleinman, Batcheler, Nunes, Marable, Melendez
Social Work Faculty Ranks 1st in Scholarly Publications
Scientists Seek a Chip that Bonds Light, Electricity; Technology Could Simplify Fiber Optics Applications
'Times' Reporter Wins Columbia Business Journalism Award
DSP Will Offer New Music Course
CASE Honors College for Recruitment Materials
The School of Arts Spawns Tunnelvision, a Comedy Troupe, and a Comedy Class
Core Awards to Go to Hovde, Gray
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