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Columbia College Today March 2003
Cover Story
My Columbia Connection and Amit
Roar, Lion, Roar
Hitting the
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Under Cover No More

Salman Rushdie, freed from a life in hiding, continues his prolific writing and ponders his life’s experiences and the ways they shaped his work, including Midnight’s Children.
By Shira J. Boss ’93 [More]


First Person: My Columbia Connection and Amit

Mervyn Rothstein!Mervyn Rothstein ’64 shares the story of his friendship with Indian author Amit Chaudhuri, who spent a semester at the University as a visiting professor, a position secured with Rothstein’s Columbia connections.
By Mervyn Rothstein ’64 [More]


Roar, Lion, Roar

Student Scholarship RecipientSaying he’ll accept “no excuses,” enthusiastic Bob Shoop takes over as head football coach and says his goal is to make Columbia a consistent contender for the Ivy League crown.
By Alex Sachare ’71


Hitting the High Notes

Loya and wifeThe 11 a cappella groups on campus ensure that anyone who wants to join in can find a home — the groups’ styles vary not just by genre and affiliation but by dress code, too.
By Adam B. Kushner [More]


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