Check out the latest news and events from your Columbia alumni community.
- A Special Reception at The Explorers Club (April 18: New York, NY)
- Rally for Science (April 22: Washington, DC)
- Columbia at the Tribeca Film Festival (April 23: New York, NY)
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Want more creativity in your career? Lynn Berger '84, '90TC will tell you how. The Columbia Career Coaches Network member shared her insight with The Low Down this week.
The director and producer of the film being screened at the aforementioned Columbia at Tribeca event are not only alumni, but also husband and wife. Rachel Israel '13SOA and Kurt Enger '07SOA spoke with The Low Down about the making of Keep the Change, how they met, and how their Columbia education has impacted their film careers. Read our interview.
Crystal Hana Kim '09CC, '14SOA won the 2017 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. PEN honors 12 emerging writers each year who published a debut work of short fiction in a magazine or website during the previous year.
THE LOW DOWN:
Neil Gorsuch '88CC, who has been serving as a judge in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, was confirmed Friday to the Supreme Court of the United States. Gorsuch joins nine Columbia alumni who have served on the nation's highest court. Read more about Gorsuch from Columbia College.
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