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Kara Schechtman CC’19 and Hamed Nilforoshan CC’19 have been selected to be a part of the 2020 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars, a premier scholars program at Stanford University.
Columbia College is pleased to announce that Hon. Rolando T. Acosta CC’79, LAW’82 will deliver the keynote remarks for its first-ever virtual Class Day ceremony. Class Day will take place Tuesday, May 19 and is an annual event that honors the achievements of the graduating class. The keynote speaker is selected from a list of recommendations from the Columbia College Senior Class Council.
Columbia College mourns the loss of Terrence McNally CC’60, a Tony Award-winning playwright and screenwriter.
Mulitcultural Affairs, of Undergraduate Student Life, to name space after Audre Lorde, establishing a home for identity-conscious community building.
Columbia University has once again been named a top institution for producing Fulbright U.S. Students, coming in fifth position with 29 awardees in 2019-2020.
Christina Lee CC’21 is a co-first author on a scientific research paper about a toxic protein linked to Alzheimer's.
Columbia College mourns the loss of Michael Sovern CC’53, LAW’55, Columbia University’s 17th president (1980-93).
From the newsroom, to the courtroom, to school, to planes flying above, the six alumni selected as this year’s John Jay Award honorees have been chosen for the impact their accomplishments have made in fields that span the professional spectrum.
James J. Valentini, dean of Columbia College, and the late Alex Navab CC’87 were honored at the annual King’s Crown Rowing Association (KCRA) banquet.
Tanveer Singh CC’18, of Jersey City, NJ, has been named a member of the Class of 2021 Schwarzman Scholars. The prestigious scholarship, inspired by the Rhodes Scholarship, is given to scholars who have demonstrated exemplary leadership qualities and their potential to bridge and understand cultural and political differences.