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On Tuesday evening the ever-indomitable President Bollinger hosted one of his intimate (75 guests), candid (carefully prepared questions), and free-food decked Fireside Chats at 60 Morningside Drive. Curious staircase climber Alexandra Avvocato was in attendance, ready to both report and eat as many miniature sliders as possible.  Climbing up the marble staircase of Bollinger’s mansion, […]

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Most Columbia alums dream of a cushy job in trading or a somewhat successful book deal. But four Bio-Medical Engineering graduates are starting their post-college careers not by working in a coffee bar, but by saving a few thousand lives. Actually, more than a few thousand, if Tampostat, the group’s BME senior design project that […]

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