Columbia tied for eighth place in the 2010 rankings of national universities, compiled by U.S. News & World Report and released on August 20, matching its ranking on the 2009 list.
Kevin C. Matthews '80 has been named the new executive director of the Double Discovery Center, effective July 1.
Considered one of the best lawyers in Washington, D.C., Howard Gutman '77 will be leaving private practice and the United States to serve as the U.S. ambassador to Belgium under President Barack Obama '83.
This year's Alumni Reunion Weekend welcomed more College graduates back to campus than ever before. More than 1,100 Lions gathered on campus and across Manhattan beginning Wednesday, June 3, for five days of festivities and activities.
For class photos and a gallery of the weekend's activities, click here.
Celebrating the 25th year of coeducation and the final year of Austin Quigley's role as Dean of the College, more than 900 seniors packed South Lawn on a perfect spring day to say goodbye to their undergraduate years.
The Division of Student Affairs announced that it has completed two significant steps towards its creation of a comprehensive advising program: the appointment of Monique Rinere as Dean of Advising, and the creation of the Center for Student Advising in Lerner Hall.
Columbia College is pleased to announce the winners of the 34th Lionel Trilling Book Award and the 47th Mark Can Doren Award for Teaching. These awards are bestowed by the Academic Awards Committee of the Columbia College Student Council.
If you ever ask yourself "Why is my gift to the College Fund so important?" just sit back and watch this video. The people appearing on your screen are not actors and actresses (although Columbia has a few), but actual Columbia College students "speaking from the heart."
Three College students were awarded Goldwater Scholarships, the most prestigious prizes for undergraduates planning to pursue Ph.D.s in science and math.
A festive crowd of more than 350 alumni, students, faculty, and family and friends packed Low Rotunda on March 10 for the 2009 John Jay Award Dinner.
The award recipients were actress Maggie Gyllenhaal '99, NAACP president Benjamin Jealous '94, Progenics CEO and CSO Dr. Paul Maddon '81, mortgage executive Thomas Francis Marano '83 and sculptor Gregory Wyatt '71.
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