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Columbia has announced that it will recognize five honorary degree recipients at the two ceremonies for Commencement on May 15.

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In a change from past years, Columbia will now host two Commencement ceremonies to accommodate a large number of graduates across schools.

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This afternoon, Columbia College and SEAS announced that their Class Day speakers will be playwright Katori Hall, CC ’03, and EpiBone CEO Nina Tandon, SEAS ’09, Columbia Business School ’12, respectively.

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Earlier today, Columbia released the names of this year’s honorary degree recipients, including Hillary Rodham Clinton and Yo-Yo Ma.   Editor’s Warning: This article contains mentions of sexual abuse allegations.

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In an email earlier today, Barnard announced the 2022 Commencement speaker and four other medalists, including Olympian Allyson Felix.

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A panel of administrators answered questions about English versus Latin diplomas, affordable childcare, and P/D/F grading for GS students.

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University administration announced this afternoon that 2022 Commencement will take place in-person on May 18 on Columbia’s Morningside campus. Additionally, the Classes of 2020 and 2021 will both be recognized in an in-person ceremony the following day. 

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According to an email sent out by Dean Grinage today, Barnard’s 2022 Commencement will be held at Radio City Music Hall.

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CNN’s Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour will deliver the keynote address at Barnard’s 2021 Commencement, according to an update posted by Barnard. 

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President Beilock and Dean Grinage announced the speakers and medalists for the Spring 2020 graduation this afternoon in an email to all Barnard students.

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Yesterday afternoon, campus media met with CCSC and ESC Senior Class Presidents, EGSC President, as well as members of the administration involved in planning Class Day, to discuss the two keynote speakers for this year’s CC and SEAS commencement ceremonies. Dean Baquet will address the graduating Class of 2016 at the Columbia College Class Day ceremony on May […]

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Yesterday was CC’s Class Day, featuring Dan Futterman, your CC Val and Sal, lots of red tape, Deantini, and the ever-present PrezBo. A grad shouted “PrezBo!” at PrezBo. PrezBo smiled back. It was magical. #ccclassday14 — Bwog (@bwog) May 20, 2014 Erik Campano cleared up any confusion about the red tape graduates were placing on their […]

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It’s that time of year again. The end of the semester is a few weeks away, and the bleachers are starting to go up on Low Plaza. Seniors are starting to frantically take part in campus life any way they can, desperate to cling to their last weeks at Columbia. The rest of us have […]

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This afternoon, Barnard announced that Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, will be the keynote speaker at Barnard’s 122nd commencement ceremony. The ceremony will take place on May 18, and for the second consecutive year will be held at Radio City Music Hall. We really hope there won’t be pro-life protests outside. […]

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