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Columbia College announced today that Margarete Diaz Cuadros and Samuel Walker have been named 2014’s Columbia College valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. Margarete hails from Lima and is majoring in biochemistry. She’ll be continuing her current research and going for her Ph.D. in molecular genetics. Walker is a comparative literature major from Westchester whose senior thesis […]

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Hey, seniors, here’s something else besides the bleachers delivery to remind you about graduation: a mobile commencement app. The Columbia University Commencement Week App 2013 is everything you could ever want out of a commencement week app for Columbia in 2013—it has schedules, maps of entry points, a line-up, and will keep you current on […]

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New changes to campus today may have put some student’s lives on the line, or at least put them in the situation of this famously unfortunate woman. In preparations for either graduation or Bacchanal—or just as a more physical attempt at keeping the kids in line—the poles have come up. Be careful texting on your […]

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