British Columbia, rev. ed.
Their position at Columbia is ambiguous.
In 1972, she became the first woman to receive tenure on the Columbia law faculty.
The soccer stadium at Columbia University is named after Mediacom founder Rocco Commisso, who attended Columbia on a full scholarship and played on the soccer team.
It became Columbia University in 1912.
Would SHIFT make things different at Columbia?
Gold is still mined in several areas of British Columbia.
…of long-playing records by its Columbia Records division.
During the 1930s work was begun on the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River.
Hewitt won a scholarship to Columbia College (now part of Columbia University).
Between Washington and Baltimore proper is the planned, nationally watched city of Columbia, in Howard county.
Pop. (2000) 116,278; Columbia Metro Area, 647,158; (2010) 129,272; Columbia Metro Area, 767,598.
Women completing the curriculum were awarded a diploma from Columbia, but they had to pursue their courses of study independently.
“For a while, there lived a poet down the street from Columbia, and Columbia never took the time to find out what he was about.”
That same year, Columbia helped launch a new motion-picture studio, Tri-Star Pictures, which was merged with Columbia in 1987 to form Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.
And Columbia University announced Sunday night that it would suspend classes for Monday and Tuesday because a member of the Columbia community was quarantined after being exposed to the virus.
Students at Barnard may take courses and participate in athletics and organizations at Columbia (and vice versa), and graduates of Barnard receive a diploma from Columbia University that is signed by the presidents of both institutions.
Local officials, however, continued to be appointed, and all legislation affecting the District of Columbia had to be passed by Congress after being initiated by the House District of Columbia Committee and the Senate Government Affairs Committee.
Columbia received over 60,000 applications for the 2020-2021 admissions cycle – a 51 percent increase from last year, according to Columbia Spectator, the university's undergraduate newspaper. 2,218 students were granted admission, a record low of 3.6%.
But the university said in a statement: “Columbia recognizes that after the conclusion of the investigation, Paul’s remaining time at Columbia became very difficult for him and not what Columbia would want any of its students to experience.
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- a North American river; rises in southwestern Canada and flows southward across Washington to form the border between Washington and Oregon before emptying into the Pacific; known for its salmon runs in the spring
- a university in New York City
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