This week, we welcomed the Class of 2017 to our alumni community. More on this and other Columbia news below.
- Novelist Richard Vetere Speaks to Alumni on Screenwriting (May 24: New York, NY)
- Women Have Always Worked: The U.S. Experience 1920-2016 (Online Course Begins May 31)
- Health Reform: What Happened and What Happens Next? (June 9: Miami, FL)
- CAA Family STEM Day (June 11: New York, NY)
- Columbia University Film Festival (June 15: Los Angeles, CA)
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
On May 17, we welcomed thousands of new graduates to the Columbia alumni community. In his Commencement Address, President Lee C. Bollinger called for a public discourse based on tolerance rather than fear. Read his remarks.
Missed the ceremony? Get all things Commencement-related here.
In honor of Commencement, The Low Down reran a special graduation-edition podcast that offers a glimpse of the exciting day. Hear from alumni, faculty, and students and get a 360 degree-view of the event.
- These new Columbia alumni have a story to tell: Learn about some of the most trailblazing, inspiring members of the Class of 2017.
A new study from Columbia Medical Center on muscular atrophy offers new clues to cause and treatment.
THE LOW DOWN:
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