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You might remember Angad Singh, CC ’16, and Chris Canales, CC ’14, from last year’s viral-on-a-campus-scale “Columbia Style” music video. But they’re more than just a few dance moves and a parody on a Korean pop star—they’re out there to change the world. This summer they traveled to India to film a documentary on sustainability, […]

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In the continuation of our series on unusual summer plans, we bring you Claire Kao, SEAS‘14, who was featured in an exhibit in Paris’ famed Palais de Tokyo. Bwog: What program are you working with this summer? How did you get involved? Claire: Even though I’m studying civil engineering, the art enthusiast in me decided to […]

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