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On September 20th, the Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life teamed up with Columbia Religious Life to host a forum on the recent measles outbreak in New York’s ultra-orthodox Jewish communities. The recent outbreaks are a result of poor vaccination rates in the community, especially among children. Guest Bwogger Ohad Klopman reports.

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CCO Drops A New Promo Video

Kind of on the fence about lending a hand to your fellow man? Columbia Community Outreach wonders—would it help if you got a free tee-shirt? No? Uh… how about a pair of sunglasses? Free breakfast? Free pizza, you say? Done. CCO’s promo vid misses the mark—after all, nothing says, “I’m an altruist,” like a video […]

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Better Know a Bureaucrat

The School of the Arts and Office of Government and Community Affairs (GCA) announced yesterday that Marcia Sells, currently an Associate Vice President of GCA, has been appointed Associate Dean of Community Outreach at the School of the Arts. That adds 3 words to her email signature, and she gets the big-shot “dean” title. According to […]

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