Columbia's 250th birthday has provided many occasions to learn as we celebrate. A spate of recent books tell the story of Columbia as a whole, of schools within the University, and of remarkable individuals who have worked and studied here.
Reminiscences by some who have passed through Columbia's gates.
How the women of Columbia have shaped the way we think about sex and politics.
Essays by and about celebrated Columbians.
One hundred years of journalism education.
The first single-volume interpretive history of the University in a century.
A centennial celebration.
Andrew Dolkart's history of the neighborhood's history and development.
Columbia historian Richard Hofstadter made his mark by providing
alternative explanations for political behavior.