Your Weekly Low Down | May 13, 2016

Get key career tips and a fascinating global report from Columbia alumni‚ÄĒcheck out this week's Low Down.¬†

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Your Weekly Low Down | May 6, 2016

This week, we had a listening party at the Columbia Alumni Association‚ÄĒwe heard some of the best Columbia Commencement speeches ever and some incredible books written by alumni.¬†

Here is this week's Columbia Alumni Weekly Low Down:

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Your Weekly Low Down | April 29, 2016

An out-of-the-ordinary tour of the Met and some amazing alumni achievements are on our radar this week. Here is your Columbia alumni weekly Low Down:

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Your Weekly Low Down | April 22, 2016


This week, we are celebrating Earth Day and the Pulitzer Prize winners and learning about Columbia's baseball connections.

We are also remembering and honoring Bill Campbell. 


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Remembering Bill Campbell

Posted on Behalf of Columbia Alumni Association President Donna MacPhee 
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Dear fellow alumni, 

I wanted to share with you the sad news that Bill Campbell '62CC, '64TC has passed away. As an outstanding alum, a University trustee, former Chair of the Trustees, football coach, and a devoted fan and supporter of our students and athletics, Bill had a vision and tireless energy that helped shape our University. He embodied what we all should feel‚ÄĒthat Columbia is an incredibly special place.¬†
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Your Weekly Low Down | April 15, 2016

Columbia startups, data, and inventions were on our radar this week. 

 

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Your Weekly Low Down | April 8, 2016

Catch up on the latest news from your Columbia alumni community this week.

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Your Weekly Low Down | April 1, 2016

Catch up on the latest news from your Columbia alumni community this week.

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Your Weekly Low Down | March 25, 2016

Catch up on the latest news from your Columbia alumni community this week.

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Buckets, Brackets, and Morningside Madness

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The Ivy League made headlines in early March by announcing it would finally be adding an in-conference postseason tournament to determine its automatic berth into the NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball tournaments. It will be the very last Division I conference (out of 32) to make the change.

Of the announcement, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education Peter Pilling had this to say: 

"This is an exciting day for Columbia and the Ivy League...Having a postseason tournament will allow us to create an amazing experience for our student-athletes, alumni, and fans."

After posting a 21-win regular season record this year, Columbia Men's Basketball will aim to make noise in playoff competition when the Ivy League implements the new tournament format for the 2016-2017 season. Columbia men's basketball head coach Kyle Smith felt similarly:

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