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2019 John Jay Awards Dinner

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

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Photo from 2016 John Jay Awards Dinner
Nov 28

My Alumni Journey Chat: Women in Business and Entrepreneurship

Enjoy pizza and an intimate chat with two Columbia College alumnae in Business and Entrepreneurship. Hear stories from Rachel Rodin CC '97 and Noreen Whysel CC '90 about their journeys through the college and after graduation.

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ARC Nov 28

ARC "Ask Me" Phone Sessions

"Ask Me" is a weekly phone series during the Early Decision cycle. In this 1-hour call, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, discover best practices, seek clarification and most importantly, learn more about interviewing. This is open to new and existing ARC members.

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ARC Training and Meet & Greet in Northern New JerseyDec 4

ARC Training and Meet & Greet in Northern New Jersey

Join alumni interviewers in Northern New Jersey to learn more about the Alumni Representative Committee.

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Alumni Hosted Dinner WeekDec 4

Alumni Hosted Dinner Week

Dec 4 to Dec 7 (3 days)

Alumni Hosted Dinners are a series of casual dinners that take place once a semester that give Columbia College students the opportunity to chat and connect with Columbia College Alumni.

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Amplifying the Female Voice through ArtDec 14

Amplifying the Female Voice through Art

Join Columbia College Women at The Kitchen, one of New York City’s leading non-profit galleries, for an evening exploring women’s voices in the art industry and the ways in which they can be a catalyst for social change in today’s political climate.

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Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of ClassicsJan 30

Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of Classics

In the Republic, Socrates famously exiles the poets from his ideal city—a move that has not kept readers throughout the centuries from identifying Plato as the most poetic of philosophers. In a number of dialogues, Socrates registers even greater disdain for orators and rhetoricians.

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Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of ClassicsFeb 13

Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of Classics

In the Republic, Socrates famously exiles the poets from his ideal city—a move that has not kept readers throughout the centuries from identifying Plato as the most poetic of philosophers. In a number of dialogues, Socrates registers even greater disdain for orators and rhetoricians.

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Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of ClassicsFeb 27

Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of Classics

In the Republic, Socrates famously exiles the poets from his ideal city—a move that has not kept readers throughout the centuries from identifying Plato as the most poetic of philosophers. In a number of dialogues, Socrates registers even greater disdain for orators and rhetoricians.

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