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Welcome to Barnard College, Class of 2024!
Two out of only 46 American college students selected, seniors Amar Bhardwaj and Young Joon Kim were recently awarded the title of 2020 Marshall Scholar.
As students began packing their bags and getting ready for Thanksgiving break, Barnard announced its first round of Phi Beta Kappa inductees from the senior class.
As we settle down into the finals grind, some lucky seniors will find their hard work recognized with induction into Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest, and most prestigious, liberal arts and sciences academic honor society in the United States.
With the 2019 University Commencement quickly approaching, Columbia College has announced this year’s valedictorian and salutatorian.
Need motivation to study for finals? Each year, Columbia College inducts 10 percent of the senior class to be inducted into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa Society which celebrates those who excel in the liberal arts and sciences. Today, 24 students have been announced as inductees, with more students being inducted in the spring […]
Your RA probably spent some good time with a paper cutter and a Sharpie this summer to devise the best floor theme to truly Make It Your Home. “Welcome to Plimpton Community Blend,” where each name on the door is a fruit might add some color and comfort to the bare walls; “John Jay on […]
Columbia College has announced the 24 current seniors who have been inducted early into Phi Beta Kappa, the prestigious academic honor society. These students comprise two percent of this year’s senior class, while the other eight percent will be inducted in the spring (10 percent overall of each CC senior class gets inducted). They are […]
Bwog wishes a big congratulations to the 2014 SEAS valedictorian Alden Quimby and salutatorian Halvard Lange. Alden is from Lee, New Hampshire and majored in Computer Science with a minor in economics. As his senior project, Alden worked for the New York Department of Health and Medicine to detect food-borne illness outbreaks in NYC through […]
The Core Scholars program offers “dramatic, beautiful, insightful, and sometimes hilarious reflections on the Core,” with the goal being innovative interpretation and understanding of the curriculum. Last Wednesday, the Core Scholars program held its reception to honor its five winners — all of whom you can read up on and then check out their work — […]
Yesterday afternoon, SEAS students took their turn at being graduated. It was a great afternoon, if humid, with lots of energy and excitement. Class Prez Mary Byers stepped up to the mic to chants of “Ma-ry Ma-ry!” from her classmates. “We’ve had our minds blown time and time again,” she said with a smile. Engineering […]
A huge congratulations to Joseph DelPreto, SEAS ’13 valedictorian, and Claire Duvallet, SEAS ’13 salutatorian! These two smarties deserve some recognition, so be sure to drop everything and applaud if you see either of them. They will be definitely not be embarrassed, we promise. You guys are huge winners via Shutterstock
Ben Platt CC ’16 of previous Pitch Perfect popularity has just received what many would consider the greatest honor of all: the chance to portray Elder Arnold Cunningham in the Second National Tour of The Book of Mormon. Beginning in Chicago, this will be the third production of the Tony Award-winning hit. Tickets are already sold out […]
Congratulations to Alex Frouman, who will head to the United Kingdom next year on a Marshall Scholarship. We googled him so you didn’t have to: Frouman is a math major, an RA, a Senator on the USenate and a member of the Student Affairs Committee and Executive Committee. Kudos, Alex!