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A School By Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet

Yes, the sad rumors are true: the School of Continuing Education is no more. The School of Continuing Education has been laid to rest. The School of Continuing Education may live on in our hearts, but will no longer live on in official Columbia promotional materials. Instead, it will continue under the guise of the School of Professional Studies. The name […]

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New Dean of Faculty of Continuing Education Announced

Penn may have bested Columbia yet again in the U.S. News rankings, but one of their longtime teachers and administrators has been tempted to Morningside.  President Bollinger announced today that Kristine Billmyer, Penn’s Executive Director of the College of Liberal and Professional Studies and Associate Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, will be […]

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Hermione to Columbia? (UPDATED)

JustJared claims to have uncovered proof that Emma Watson, aka Hermione Granger/face of Burberry, will be attending Columbia University. This follows rumors linking the actress to Yale, Harvard, and Brown, but, using knowledge of Ms. Watson’s many other names (“her birth name is Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson”), they say that the directory entry at right […]

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