Catch up on the latest news from your Columbia alumni community this week.
To navigate the myriad issues and themes in the 2016 presidential election, we've created a reading list for and by Columbians. It features books and articles by alumni and faculty authors examining American democracy and this year's elections. Keep checking back in—we will be updating the list leading up to November's election.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT...
Melody Wilding '11SW of the Columbia Career Coaches Network gives advice on networking for introverts.
This week, we featured a discussion from Past Present, a podcast that’s produced by three Columbia alumni: Nicole Hemmer '05GSAS, '06GSAS, '10GSAS, Natalia Mehlman Petrzela '00CC, and Neil Young '04GSAS, '05GSAS, '08GSAS. Take a listen here.
- Community Outreach Day (March 26: Boston, MA)
- A Society for Longer Lives (March 29: New York, NY)
- Miami Tennis Open (March 30: Key Biscayne, FL)
THE LOW DOWN:
From Rodger & Hammerstein's groundbreaking contributions to musical theater to Vampire Weekend's chart-hopping indie rock, Columbians have made an indelible impression on the musical landscape. To highlight the impact they've had, we've compiled a list of some of Columbia's musical heavy hitters.