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Know Your Deans

Columbia’s convoluted administrative structure has undergone some major changes in the past year. To bring our freshest batch of freshpeople up to date, we’ve prepared this handy hyperlink guide to the major events surrounding the appointments of two of the most important administrators of the undergraduate community: James Valentini (Deantini), Dean of Columbia College; and Donald […]

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Dean Search Committee’s Town Hall Calms Fears

Bwog CCSC correspondent Maren Killackey stopped by Roone Arledge Cinema last night to check in on the doings of the committee searching for the next dean of Columbia College. Because it seemed, well, important. Despite the seemingly significant concern expressed regarding the selection of Columbia College’s new dean, attendance at the town hall held by […]

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Town Hall Tonight: Choose Your Future Dean!

Well, not exactly. But you can be some small part of the selection process! Tonight from 6 to 7:30 pm, the members of the Dean’s Search Committee will hold a Town Hall in Roone Arledge Cinema to get input from the student body about what they want to see in their new administrative leader. All […]

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