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Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer (CC ’80, Law ’85) visited campus last Wednesday to speak with students and visitors about his education at Columbia, career in public service, and to share some witticisms about life. Alex Jones was there to document this alum’s rise to the top of the legal world. Sorry it’s so late… […]

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If you remember in October, Saigon Grill workers were awarded a lot of money because the owners refused to pay their delivery-people and other employees minimum wage for over 70 hours of work per week (even Columbia students protested). Now, after more investigations, New York Attorney General Cuomo has announced that the owners have been […]

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A Columbian Cabinet

Bwog has just received word that President-elect Barack Obama has tapped a former Columbian Eric Holder, CC ’73 and J.D. ’76, to fill the shoes of yet another illustrious Columbia alum Michael Mukasey, CC ’63, as the next Attorney General of the United States. You might remember Holder for his brief stint as acting Attorney […]

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