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In the final part of Senior Staffer Joe Milholland’s interview with Luca Springer, they discuss the application process to Rhodes, the value of a Columbia education, and how Columbia differs from Sciences Po. Bwog: In GS and Sciences Po, you’ve studied a lot of things, like philosophy, business, law. Do you see those things as connected, […]

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The 2008-2009 Rhodes Scholars have been announced, and Columbia’s very own R. Jisung Park of Shelton Connecticut has made the list!  Per the winners’ bios press release: “R. Jisung Park, Shelton, Connecticut, is a senior at Columbia where is a double major in economics and political science.  Jisung has done research in tropical rainforest studies […]

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On winning and…not

Paul Sonne, Editor in Chief of CPR and Rhodes finalist, almost ended Columbia’s six year losing streak on the Rhodes scholarship this year, (even NYU and Duke scored awards—as if basketball and US News rankings weren’t enough). Luckily, he had already landed the Marshall and its free ride to Oxford, where he’ll be getting a […]

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