Your Weekly Low Down | March 16, 2018

A history of women at Columbia, an alumnae artist's exhibit tops the Mets, and an alumnus shares his journey from Columbia to a career in medicine: here's the latest news from your Columbia alumni community.



  • Artist Huma Bhabha '89SOA has an exhibit opening on the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Read on in The New York Times to learn the unique tool she uses to create her masterpieces.

  • Renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Jones '90CC, '94PS, known as a trailblazer for his research on and surgery for keloid scars, spoke with The Low Down about his time at the University and how it set the stage for his career.

  • Wanda Holland Greene '89CC, '91TC is head of The Hamlin School, a San Francisco-based mission-driven institution dedicated to innovation in the education of girls and young women. She recently reminisced with Columbia College Today about her Columbia experience, including her favorite campus spot and most memorable class. 

  • Columbia political scientist Timothy Frye weighs in on Russia's upcoming presidential election.


  • In honor of Women's History Month, The Low Down is celebrating Columbia women who were first graduates of their respective Schools or who took the lead in founding some of Columbia's undergraduate and professional Schools. Read on for a list of Columbia women who made academic history.

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