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  • IBERIA @ Columbia University - Listas
    de Iberia utilizada por el comité de Iberia y las personas que ayuden en la organización de actividades Cómo apuntarse y desapuntarse Toda persona que esté de acuerdo con los objetivos de Iberia puede apuntarse a iberia columbia La suscripción es gratuita y os podéis apuntar y desapuntar cuando queráis Aunque las listas están administrada por Columbia no hace falta pertenecer a Columbia para formar parte de nuestras listas de distribución Cómo apuntarse a iberia columbia Iberia utiliza Mailman un programa para regular listas de emails Para apuntarse simplemente tienes que seguir las instrucciones que se encuentran en la página de Iberia en Mailman En esta página también podrás desapuntarte o cambiar las opciones preferencias de cómo recibes tus correos de Iberia Más información Si tienes alguna pregunta o comentario no dudes en mandarnos un email a iberia owner at lists columbia edu Sois todos bienvenidos a organizar actividades con nosotros Normas sobre el uso de la lista La mayoría de los miembros de la lista están muy ocupados con sus cursos sus tesis y trabajos Por lo tanto os rogamos no abuséis de la lista con muchos mensajes porque al final la gente se acaba desapuntando En resumen la

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/iberia/listas.html (2016-02-12)
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  • IBERIA @ Columbia University - Información
    m á s completas en NY www sublet com en ésta hay que registrarse pero merece la pena En Nueva York Puedes empezar por Exploring New York City Una página muy pr á ctica que mantiene Columbia con un listado de las p á ginas web de los sitios oficiales transportes sitios turísticos prensa y deportes en Nueva York Consulados y embajadas Consulado español en Nueva York Consulado General de

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/iberia/informacion.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia IEEE - Events
    Contact Us Events Here you will find our events as we update them on our Google calendar More information about the upcoming Spring hardware hackathon can be found here This option will not work correctly Unfortunately your browser does not

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ieee/events.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia IEEE - Board Members
    Serena Shah Simpson Vice President SEAS 16 Computer Engineering Harrison Liew Vice President MAKECU SEAS 16 Electrical Engineering Robert Viramontes Treasurer SEAS 16 Electrical Engineering Hayley Ekle Secretary SEAS 16 Electrical Engineering Nicole Grimwood Webmaster SEAS 16 Electrical Engineering Ben

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ieee/board.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Beta Theta Pi Fraternity | Alpha Alpha Chapter
    St or Columbia University s Frat Row Alpha Alphas enjoy the unique privilege of being the only recognized Greek organization on campus to have a house owned by their alumni rather than by the university This affords them additional freedoms and responsibilities not shared by other chapters such as the ability to self govern and manage their own living space The House holds up to 18 Brothers and contains a big screen TV Wi Fi free laundry a pool table a full kitchen and a high fidelity sound system for Brothers to enjoy Summer housing is also available for Brothers Contact information for the Undergraduate Executive Board and their Alumni Advisors can be found here Brothers of the Beta Theta Pi enjoy a rich social life as a key to a well rounded college experience is interacting with others Since the Brotherhood is so diverse the social calendar is full of many different events such as mixers with sororities banquets theme parties and music concerts The largest social event that Alpha Alpha holds is its annual Beta Jam right which gives local musicians the opportunity to perform for a packed crowd of college students While open events are entertaining and fruitful more often resources are dedicated toward Brother only activities called kai events that are reflective of the interests of the Brotherhood at that time These have included dodgeball games dinners and various shows around NYC Serving one s community is also an integral aspect of Beta Theta Pi s philosophy that is instilled in members during the pledge process Recent Brothers have taken to supporting Nourishing NYC a not for profit community food program that strives to achieve nutrition for all in New York City The house was also used to host Burritos with Beta where donated ingredients were

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  • International Socialist Organization at Columbia
    to build a socialist alternative in order to fight for social justice against war and for a world that puts people before profits We make up the Barnard Columbia chapter of the International Socialist Organization ISO the largest organization of socialist activists in the United States with a presence on college campuses workplaces and communities in more than 40 cities across the country We are recognized and funded by the

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/iso/whoweare.html (2016-02-12)
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  • International Socialist Organization at Columbia
    struggles we argue for the need to build a socialist organization as a part of building each movement in order to unite them and fight them to their conclusion Beyond our coalition work we hold regular tablings with our newspaper and other literature every week in order to get in contact with people to hear what others have to say and to let them know what we have to say

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/iso/whatwedo.html (2016-02-12)
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  • International Socialist Organization at Columbia
    the system like no other social force Socialism is working class self emancipation Only mass struggles of the workers themselves can put an end to the capitalist system of oppression and exploitation We support trade unions as essential to the fight for workers economic and political rights To make the unions fight for workers interests rank and file workers must organize themselves independent of the union officials Revolution We actively support the struggle of workers and all oppressed people for economic political and social reforms both as a means to improve their conditions and to advance their confidence and fighting strength But reforms within the capitalist system cannot put an end to oppression and exploitation Capitalism must be replaced The structures of the present government grew up under capitalism and are designed to protect capitalist rule The working class needs an entirely different kind of state a democratic workers state based on councils of workers delegates We do not support candidates of capitalist parties like the Democrats or the Republicans We support genuine left wing candidates and political action that promotes independence from the corporate dominated two party system in the U S Internationalism Capitalism is an international system so the struggle for socialism must be international uniting workers of all countries Socialists oppose imperialism the division of the globe based on the subjugation of weaker nations by stronger ones and support the self determination of oppressed nations We oppose all immigration controls We oppose U S intervention in Cuba the Middle East and elsewhere We are for self determination for Puerto Rico China and Cuba like the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc have nothing to do with socialism They are state capitalist regimes We support the struggles of workers in these countries against the bureaucratic ruling class Full

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