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And the SEAS commencement speaker is… Robert Bakish, SEAS ’85! Bakish is the CEO of Viacom International Media Networks, so he’s definitely doing something right. Here’s what Bakish had to say about it: “It is an honor to represent Columbia Engineering and a privilege to be asked by my School peers to speak at such […]

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Student Affairs sent out an email yesterday (that we’re sure you all read) noting that any seniors planning to participate in commencement should register before April 22nd. This makes sure you can get tickets for your guests—up to four—and, you know, be in commencement. Important stuff. Ticket distribution events will be on May 8th and […]

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