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Last night’s SGA meeting, the last of the semester, included special guest Joanne Kwong, Barnard’s VP of Communications; a debate over SGA funding of the Activities Board at Columbia; and a heated discussion over appointments to SGA committees. Barnard Boy Peter Sterne reports. Good Communication: Ms. Kwong explained to the SGA Rep Council that the […]

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Movin’ On Up

In the last 24 hours, Columbia has seen its fair share of movers and shakers—and not just the literal ones huddled around Alma’s throne last night. Sean C. Solomon was chosen to be director of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, according to an email from PrezBo and Coatsworth.  Dr. Solomon was the leader of the Carnegie […]

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Along with freshmen, in September Columbia will welcome its newest flight of replacement administrators, stepping into posts vacated at Teachers College, the Medical Center, and JTS. Most recently, Dean of Student Affairs Chris Colombo announced that the University had lured Dr. Ajay Nair from Penn to head up the Office of Multicultural Affairs, one of […]

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