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Happy 257th academic year Columbia! Thanks to YouTube, you can now watch the whole darn thing! Or at least the highlights. Click for the faculty procession, student procession, and PrezBo’s address. Photography by Hans Hyttinen

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BC Class Day 2011

A torrential downpour unfortunately forced Barnard to hold its Class Day not in Grant’s Tomb as planned, but in Levien Gym, high-school style. Still, the ceremony went swimmingly. As the graduates entered and parents beamed, it was clear no one really cared about the venue switch. For about 3 rounds of Pomp and Circumstance, the […]

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Peter Sterne was there! Elizabeth Lyon, the salutatorian, was first up to the mic. She began by invoking Meno to explain why she did poorly in LitHum: she knew she couldn’t solve the big problems so she avoided confronting them, which didn’t jibe with her professor. Eventually, she realized that Columbians should still wrestle with […]

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