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On Thursday, April 21, Zuckerman Institute presented “Embracing Uncertainty: The Power of Curiosity and Exploration in Learning,” the fourth and final lecture of this year’s Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture Series.

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On Thursday, January 26, Columbia Climate School hosted Dr. Nyeema Harris as part of the Emerging Voices in the Geosciences and Society Seminar Series. Professor Harris gave a talk about how human presence has impacted animals, specifically carnivores, across complex landscapes.

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King Henry, of Clan Cup Tower, was the first reigning monarch of the Southwest Highlands of Schapiro. The following is an earnest recount of his rise to power, his great feats, and his untimely death.

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On Friday, November 4, Desirable AI kicked off its lecture series by hosting Dr. Olivia Erdélyi for a talk about the importance of interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder cooperation in AI regulation.

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Student-to-faculty ratio is a trick invented by universities to conceal the actual size of their lectures.

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A sophomore Bwog Staffer ventured to two of Columbia’s Career Fairs and lived to tell the tale.

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