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On Thursday afternoon, Events Editor Lexie Lehmann ventured uptown to Columbia’s Medical School campus to attend the book launch of “Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?”, written by Chelsea Clinton and Devi Sridhar. At the event, Clinton and Sridhar discussed the governance of leading public health organizations and the process of co-authoring their […]

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Last Wednesday, Chelsea Clinton came to campus as the keynote speaker for the Kenneth Cole Community Engagement Forum. The event drew in more RSVPs than could realistically be accommodated, but Bwog’s Heather Akumiah had VIP seating just in case you guys got turned down at the door.  The Kenneth Cole Community Engagement Program is a […]

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Did you know that this very University is the chosen educational institution of many famous people besides Vampire Weekend? It’s true! The New York Daily News and one Perez Hilton-reading commenter (who is probably glad commenting is anonymous) are reporting that ex-model Christy Turlington is enrolled at Columbia to study maternal and child health.  Plus, […]

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