Happy Holidays!

 

Bound by our shared Columbia connection and our collective passion, intellect, and drive, together, it's blue skies ahead.

Best wishes for a bright and happy new year.

- Columbia Alumni Association

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Your Weekly Low Down | December 16, 2016

Here's the latest news from your Columbia alumni community:

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Your Weekly Low Down | December 9, 2016

Here's the latest from your Columbia alumni community.

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Your Weekly Low Down | December 2, 2016

Here's the latest news from your Columbia alumni community:

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6 Holiday Gifts for the Columbians in Your Life

 

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Shopping for friends and family doesn’t have to mean braving long lines and waiting in the bitter cold.

For alumni, students, faculty, friends, and family, the CAA Shop can help take the guesswork out of shopping for your loved ones this holiday season.

Read on for our guide to 6 items that make perfect gifts for the Columbians in your life. Be sure to use the promo code HOLIDAY20 at checkout to receive 20% off your order (until 12/26/16). 

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Your Weekly Low Down | November 22, 2016

The latest from your Columbia alumni community:

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Your Weekly Low Down | November 11, 2016

The latest Columbia news in your weekly Low Down roundup:

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Your Weekly Low Down | November 4, 2016

A powerful account from a Columbia student, alumni at Art Basel, and the C-mojis you must¬†download‚ÄĒhere's your weekly news from¬†The Low Down.¬†

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Show Your Columbia Pride with Columbia-Themed Emojis

It's official: Columbia emojis have arrived!

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The Stories Behind the Stats: Refugee Kids in Greece

By Shanna Crumley '18SIPA

Before my international affairs graduate program had even begun, I had the chance to work face-to-face with the refugee issues that I would study in the fall here at Columbia. I wanted to hear the stories behind the statistics of the refugee and migrant crisis, to see the challenges on the ground, and the grassroots response. I strongly believe that all policy-makers and practitioners should spend time in the field, meeting the people affected by policies and projects.

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