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Bwog was curious about what chefs-d’œuvre the dignified-sounding Core Scholars program would inspire, so we jumped at Lit Hum Chair/philosopher queen Christia Mercer‘s offer for us to display a few submissions. Behold, an Ovidian triptych by Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, CC ’12. As an innocent, rosy-cheeked freshman, I fell for Ovid. I fell hard. I was still reading […]

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Do you have recurring dreams about The Odyssey? Quote St. Augustine when you call home? Routinely make a photo of Hegel your Facebook profile pic? If so, you would be a great applicant for Columbia’s Core Scholars program. To apply, you have to do what is called a Core Reflection. According to the Core Scholars […]

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The Core asks you some tough, tough questions. Because we aren’t overachieving enough, the Center for the Core Curriculum decided to instate the Core Scholars Program earlier this year. Finally, the announcement has been made, and the wait’s over: We now know and envy the names of the winners of the $200 cash prizes and […]

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Cash4Core

From the Core Scholars Committee at the Center for the Core Curriculum: The Core Scholars committee is proud to announce that the cash prize for this year’s Core Scholars will be $200! A new addition to the Core Curriculum, the Core Scholars Program encourages any and all students who have take a Core Course to […]

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