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SGA Discusses Self-Isolation and Leadership

This Monday, SGA heard from students concerned about the coronavirus self-isolation practices, as well as Umbreen Bhatti ’00, the Constance Hess Williams ’66 Director of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies.

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POWER TALK with Athena Distinguished Fellow Shiza Shahid

Tuesday night, new Bwogger Bella Tincher braved the snow to sit in on a “POWER TALK” with Athena Distinguished Fellow Shiza Shahid. Shahid is the high-achieving cofounder and CEO of the Malala Fund. Shahid spoke about her new venture capital company and the importance of female education. Set in the Sulzburger Parlor in Barnard Hall, an […]

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SGA Presents Leadership: The Next Generation

Dane Cook reports. This Monday’s SGA meeting featured special guest and master of alliteration Professor Kathryn Kolbert. Recently appointed as the director of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies, Professor Kolbert spoke at length about the Athena Center’s soon-to-be-launched leadership program. Aiming to improve leadership training both inside and outside of the classroom, the program […]

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