"I always loved making and breaking things. Coding gave me a way to explore the enigmatic world of computers," Amir Imani.
I always loved making and breaking things Coding gave me a way

Columbia Student Brings Data-Driven Focus to Policy Negotiations, Journalism

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In the New York Times, Columbia Public Health Professor Mark Bittman and co-authors warn of factory farming's dangers.
In the New York Times Columbia Public Health Professor Mark Bittman and

Opinion | Health Leaders Must Focus on the Threats From Factory Farms

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In new research published this week in Nature Neuroscience, the Zuckerman Institute's Nate Sawtell investigates a special part of the brain that 'tunes out' the noises your own body makes — so that it can focus on processing sound from the outside world.
In new research published this week in Nature Neuroscience the Zuckerman Institutes

How the Brain Turns Down the Volume on Your Noisy Body

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Congratulations to Columbia Archery, which captured gold medals in two events at the 2017 national championship for the second time in three years!
Congratulations to Columbia Archery which captured gold medals in two events at

ARCHERY WINS 2017 NATIONAL TITLE IN RECURVE & COMPOUND

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"The government keeps crucial information secret from us, but it’s also true that in some situations the secrecy can become a tool that we rely on to disclaim moral responsibility for the government’s policies," said Jameel Jaffer, director of Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, in a conversation with Columbia Journalism Review about government transparency under the...
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The government keeps crucial information secret from us but its also true

On government transparency under Bush, Obama, and Trump

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Columbia University School of the Arts Dean Carol Becker joined professors Lynn Nottage and Hilton Als at yesterday’s Pulitzer Prize ceremony on Columbia’s campus, where Nottage received the 2017 prize for drama and Als for criticism. You can read more about their work as Arts faculty members at Columbia here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Columbia University School of the Arts Dean Carol Becker joined professors Lynn
Columbia's Wallach Art Gallery, in its first major show in the newly opened Lenfest Center for the Arts, will present “Uptown,” a triennial of contemporary art representing the work of 66 neighboring artists who live north of 99th street. Read more in ARTnews Magazine.
Columbias Wallach Art Gallery in its first major show in the newly

Columbia University Starts ‘Uptown’ Triennial for Artists Living and Working in Upper Manhattan

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“When trying to address systemic problems with the criminal legal system, like the mass incarceration machine, it is a real privilege to use your legal knowledge and skills to help meaningfully challenge the system one client at a time,” says Monique Hurley (Law'17).
When trying to address systemic problems with the criminal legal system like

Mass Incarceration Clinic Helps Free a Woman Who Spent 34 Years in Prison

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Jan Abdelkhalek
"There are people that appear to have symptoms that are triggered by gluten, but they definitely do not have celiac disease. This is likely because it’s a new disorder, one for which we don’t have good biomarkers [lab tests] and don’t have an understanding of its mechanism.” Benjamin Lebwohl, gastroenterologist with the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University in The Atlantic.
There are people that appear to have symptoms that are triggered by

Science Has Begun Taking Gluten Seriously

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Andrew Dunn
Alice Joelle
Melika Behrooz
Elena Dizon
Jan Tighe
"The project to map the structure and depth of the ice shelf in detail, funded by American taxpayers through the National Science Foundation, puts Columbia and its partner institutions on the front lines of one of the world’s most urgent scientific and political problems." The New York Times
The project to map the structure and depth of the ice shelf

Miles of Ice Collapsing Into the Sea

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Dean Steve Coll implores President Bollinger to confer degrees to Columbia Journalism School's Class of 2017: "the alternative to alternative facts."
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Take a look through photo highlights of the 263rd Columbia University Commencement ceremony.
Take a look through photo highlights of the 263rd Columbia University Commencement
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Joyce Christensen
Francisco Martinez
"I learned a lot more about myself because I was forced to be with people who are very different from me. It’s been a powerful, deeply moving experience being here.”
I learned a lot more about myself because I was forced to

Discovering a Passion for Research | Columbia College

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You-Chang Lin
“Our products are geared to eliminate the social fear associated with STEM topics like math and break the stereotype that STEM is exclusively for geeks." - Shyno Mathew, PhD '17
Our products are geared to eliminate the social fear associated with STEM

Graduate Applies Engineering to Health and Video Games

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Caps off to the Class of 2017!
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In his Commencement address yesterday, President Bollinger called for a public discourse based on tolerance and fearless engagement rather than fear. Watch a clip here:
Karl Petrick
Zander Wold
Shujuan Tao
The New York Times joined Columbia geophysicists on a series of flights over Antarctica where our scientists are racing to understand just how fast the oceans will rise and if disaster is avoidable.
The New York Times joined Columbia geophysicists on a series of flights

Miles of Ice Collapsing Into the Sea

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Tonight, Class of 2017, look up! The Empire State Building glows blue and white in honor of your achievements.

(Photo by David Dini, SIPA'14) “The Empire State Building image ® is a registered trademark of ESRT Empire State Building, L.L.C. and is used with permission."
Tonight Class of 2017 look up The Empire State Building glows blue
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