Despite an inauspicious first two years, John Gregorek will leave Columbia as an All-American and Ivy champion.
At Columbia, Wendy Sun’s desire to empower women engineers took shape when she founded Engineering Exploration Experience in her first year.
Gerardo Romo was the first student ever to come to Columbia from his high school in Perris, California, where he recalled feeling lonely as one of only a few out students at his school of 3,000.
“Making change from within an institution like Columbia is messy and compromised,” Lulu Mickelson said. “But as students, we are in a unique position to impact University policy.”
Michelle Piyapattra is ready to turn pro after an impressive four years as a Lion.
Sam Marc founded the Governing Board at Barnard in 2013, which oversees and helps fund all Barnard student organizations.
Ryan Kendall, GS ’14, rose to national prominence in January 2010, when he testified in court against California’s Proposition 8 as proof that sexual orientation was not a choice.
Midfielder Paige Cuscovitch put together an impressive career during her time at Columbia.
This spring, Tanay Jaipuria started Tea With Tanay, a website where friends and strangers can sign up for 30 minutes of tea-fueled conversation with Jaipuria.
Miriam Gleckman, who completed a joint major in human rights and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, has worked with nonprofits and politicians on issues ranging from women’s rights to environmentalism.
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University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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