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  • Execuboard
    Members Columbia University 2008 Alex Maisuradze Treasurer Urban Planning Program Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation Dali Khomeriki Exec Secretary Teachers College Katty Kldiashvili Vice President Political Science Columbia

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  • ELECTIONS!
    of his her absence Treasurer In charge of accounts and manages organization s funds Responsible for budget planning and spending transparency Coordinates fundraising activities and applications for university other grant projects Executive Secretary Keeps Executive Board Meeting minutes Responsible for communication among the Executive Board GeoSA members and other parties involved Columbia University 2009 PRESIDENT My name is Valeri Sikhuashvili rising sophomore at Columbia University and I intend to major in History and Political Science If called upon to assume the duties of the president of our association I will express my grateful thanks towards other members and declare with sincere apprehension that the undertaking is above my limited experience and I desire this position with great understanding of my limits as a person and a leader I hope that my love for Georgian culture will serve as a resource of guidance of passion and of enthusiasm I would like to reiterate that I am aware of my lack of experience which is why my voice will not be an only account of what events we decide to do but having been the president of the Student Body and having had leadership trainings in Washington D C I feel confident and hopeful about the possibilities in our association Together we will make sure that events about our beloved culture are both enjoyable and informative VICE PRESIDENT Nutsa Kobakhidze is a graduate student in International Educational Development at Teachers College Columbia University Nutsa wants to strengthen relations among Georgian students through regular meetings events and roundtables enrich the content of the existing web site and transform it into the web portal about Georgia Georgian students at Columbia and some useful tips for future Georgian students here and finally to do her best to make study process a bit easier and fun

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/geosa/Elections.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Current Season
    Home Current Season Contact Us Media Club History Alumni Current Season These are the Glee Club s upcoming events See our calendar below for more details

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  • Contact Us
    History Alumni Contact Us The Board Angela Kelichner President Molli Jackson Vice President Communications Janet Lee Vice President Off campus and Alumni Relations Nazia Jannat Treasurer Monisha Bhayana Secretary Claire

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  • History
    Club often leading combined performances with the Columbia University Orchestra While the Glee Club s touring fell off from its annual travels of the 1920 s local and suburban concerts and a number of radio and other special appearances took up the slack Beveridge s departure was marked by an administrative change for the Glee Club from the Music Department to the Department of King s Crown Activities as well as by a shift away from the strictly classical repertory of the past six years to include such favorites as De Camptown Races Tramp Tramp Tramp and Deep River Momentum carried the club through the early war years with Winter and Spring concerts local recitals radio appearances and such special highlights as a concert version of Prof Douglas Moore s opera The Devil and Daniel Webster at Christmas 1941 But eventually the war took its sober toll and extra curricular activities and alumni programs ceased to exist at Columbia while everyone devoted their energies to the war effort Significantly the last wartime concert of the Columbia University Glee Club was its Christmas appearance with the Barnard Glee Club and a special choir of Navy Midshipmen on December 15 1942 The concert ended with Silent Night The Glee Club did not sing formally again until the Christmas Concert of 1945 The late forties found the club in a period of rebuilding made more difficult by the club s being shuttled back and forth between the Music Department and the Department of King s Crown Activities Despite a growth in membership an increase in concert performances and more social activities the College student body and campus newspaper criticized the club roundly for lack of spirit It seemed that all had forgotten what the Columbia Glee Club had once stood for There were a few conscientious members who recognized the difficulties involved and offered suggestions to the administration for solving the problem including proper financing and a permanent director In April of 1949 a committee of students faculty and alumni prepared a report recommending a new program of intensive reorganization to begin the following September The series of traditional and warmly received Homecoming Concerts was initiated the first one held on October 7 1949 replacing the Thanksgiving concert and dinner dance The Yale Glee Club under Marshall Bartholomew sang the first concert with Columbia The Glee Club launched the Blue Notes quartet singing blues and barbershop and used the Notes Keys name for its new 12 man group specializing in Renaissance music and English madrigals The Glee Club tackled television and radio appearances and presented a successful series of concerts once again including performances for alumni clubs Touring began again and by 1950 1951 the club was financially stable for the first time in five years An article appeared in the December 12 1949 Spectator which included the following excerpt Saturday evening in McMillin Theater the Columbia University Glee Club was reaping the rewards of a moment for which it has been toiling

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  • Alumni
    Season Contact Us Media Club History Alumni Alumni The Columbia University Glee Club would be nothing without its illustrious alumni Visit the alumni website to discover how we re continuing

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  • Golden Key
    Golden Key s corporate affiliates Online career center providing access to 14 000 employers and tools to assist in your job search SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDS Over 600 000 USD awarded annually in undergraduate and graduate scholarships Scholarship programs in the visual arts the performing arts writing research and more Over three million dollars in scholarship awarded to date Local Scholarship Application available online in Spring 2010 NETWORKING NATIONALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY 370

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  • Golden Key
    10 13 09 GK information session Lerner Ramp 2pm 4pm 11 20 09 12 15 09 Book Drive Currently up and running on the medical campus will start on main campus Nov 30 12 03 09 GK Open House Lerner West Ramp Lounge 6pm 7 30pm Spring 2010 2 5 10 GK information session Lerner East Ramp Lounge 3pm 4pm 3 27 10 Columbia Community Outreach Day see you all

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