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  • BOSS
    Toggle navigation ABOUT GIVING BACK WELLNESS CULTURAL POLITICAL THE PUBLIC JOURNAL CALENDAR PHOTOS CONTACT US

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/boss/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Blue Key Society
    Columbia s academic and social communities with local and national charitable organizations through fundraisers campus wide events and philanthropic pursuits Our organization promotes student entrepreneurship connecting different communities and giving charities the aid they really need The Blue Key Society is fundraising with Microfridge Microfridge Advertising Microfridge will have a table at orientation For more information visit Microfridge Meeting Time Mondays at 10pm in 511 Kent Send Flowers save money

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/bluekey/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club
    he is able to tailor his instruction to a variety of learning styles and skill levels To join the club simply attend one of our regular sessions and speak with an officer You may join at any time during the semester No prior martial arts experience is required Although aspects of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu curriculum are cumulative each lesson is designed to be self contained Consistent attendance is encouraged in order to progress quickly but many members attend once or twice a week as their class or work schedules permit Club benefits include Up to seven hours per week of in class training and high level instruction Free admission once or twice each year to a CUBJJ hosted seminar featuring world renowned instructors Special off schedule training opportunities for advanced students Subsidized tournament competition and spectator fees Numerous free screenings of UFC and top tier grappling tournaments accompanied by free food Substantially discounted training opportunities at the world famous Renzo Gracie Academy Membership Requirements No experience is necessary Membership dues are 100 per semester Your first week trial period is free All participants must have a valid Dodge Fitness Center membership and sign a waiver in order to train Shorts and a t shirt are fine to train in Some classes throughout the semester will be taught with a uniform called a gi but it is perfectly acceptable to participate without one Most students tend to obtain a gi by the end of the semester but they are not required for club participation For more details see the Gear page Please Note This sport can be physically demanding If you have a disability or medical condition that you think might affect your ability to train be sure to speak with one of the club instructors prior to your first lesson Equipment for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Training One of the nice things about training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is that you don t need to spend a small fortune on equipment and training gear Nonetheless a few items will be necessary to ensure your safety and comfort while training Starting Out If you re brand new to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training all you need to wear are some comfortable workout clothes A t shirt and a pair of shorts will be fine for your first few classes Avoid anything too loose baggy clothing can sometimes get caught while you re training Please Note BJJ is a close contact grappling sport As such we expect all members to preserve good personal hygiene keep your nails trimmed and gear uniforms washed regularly please No Gi Classes The majority of classes each semester will focus on training without the traditional Jiu Jitsu uniform commonly referred to by the Japanese terms gi or kimono For these classes you will need the following items which can be purchased at nearly all sporting goods stores department stores or online T Shirt or Rashguard A t shirt that s not too loose is fine but most BJJ

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/jiujitsu/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Caribbean Students' Association of Columbia University
    Membership is open to all students enrolled in the University who identify with the culture of the Caribbean regardless of ethnic background and are willing to further the aims of the Association OUR EXECUTIVE BOARD President Daena Reynolds BC 16 Vice President Michael Bellamy CC 16 Secretary Oten Iban CC 18 Treasurer Carolyn Peters CC 17 Events Chairwoman Farrah Simpson SEAS 17 International Outreach Jamie Hall SEAS 17 Domestic Outreach Alexi Thomas SEAS 18 Inter Campus Liaison Gabriella Belnavis BC 18 Publicity Chair Adella Pierre BC 18 Senior Advisor Sashani Rose BC 16 THERE IS HOPE CAMPAIGN During the 2009 2010 academic year the Caribbean Students Association CSA organized the There is Hope Campaign as it allowed the group to integrate its members interests in education with their passion for mentoring youth and working with the broader Caribbean community The There is Hope Campaign has evolved over the past four years into an alternative spring break service project whose aim is to combat and account for the residual effects of colonialism by 1 helping children in the Caribbean develop a critical consciousness enabling them to contribute to the shaping of their world 2 framing education and success in the context

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/carib/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Chess Club
    Lerner Hall Room 505 every Wednesday from 10 p m to 12 a m All levels from beginner to master are welcome to come To join email us at tc2695 columbia edu News Results Upcoming Events Contact Us Fun fact

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/chess/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Chicanx Caucus
    for next summer Interested in working in a particular field Dreading not getting an internship Afraid you ll get one and not like it Then join Chicanx Caucus for our first annual Summer Learning Expo Chat with Caucus members and hear all about what they did learned and experienced this summer Mesa Already tired of the dinning halls In need of a good home cooked meal Then join Chicanx Caucus

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/chicanocaucus/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia China Law Business Association | Main
    Upcoming Events Coming soon Sign up for our mailing list Follow us Last updated September 2014 CCLBA 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cclba/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Chinese Students Club || Columbia University
    arts with roots in the many traditional Chinese martial art styles It is primarily a performing art that emphasizes speed power flexibility balance and looking unbelievably good The history of wushu traces back to the early days of the People s Republic of China when the leaders decided to try to unify the hundreds of styles of kung fu that existed back then They eventually decided to split the styles into a Northern style known as longfist and a Southern style simply called southern fist In addition there are four major weapons categories dao jian gun qiang and numerous other minor styles adapted from traditional styles Email ColumbiaWushu gmail com Website columbia edu cu wushu Chinese Yo Yo The Chinese Yo Yo Club s mission is to share the art of Chinese yo yo and diabolo through performances demonstrations and workshops Members have performed for various events on and around campus including the CSC Night Market CSC Lunar Gala Days on Campus and NYU TASS Night Market They have also held workshops for children at CASPY and Asian Youth Program Co Presidents Tia Zhao SEAS 16 and Edward Tang CC 17 Email CUChineseYoYo gmail com Website sites google com site cuchineseyoyo Chinese Conversation Club The Chinese conversation club is a great opportunity for anyone looking to improve their fluency in Chinese Foreigners ABC s and native speakers are all welcome Meet friends and new people as we chat over free food during our bi weekly meetings Coordinator Connie Chen and George Zhao Email cc3267 columbia edu and gz2165 columbia edu Home About Satellite Groups Events Contact Events View photos from past events on Facebook Photo credits to Ben Xue Brian Wu Jackie Ho and Columbia Photography Association Night Market From China to Columbia Night Market is one of Columbia s largest fall semester events Emulating the iconic night markets of Asia the event annually draws over 2000 spectators and participants not only from the CU community but from all over the world Uniting the Campus Hundreds of student groups engage with Night Market attendees by providing delicious snacks and refreshments and entertaining games and activities Spectacle for Spectators Throughout the evening student performers dazzle viewers under the starry Manhattan sky Past performers include Raw Elementz CU Bhangra Radiance Dhoom Onyx String Theory CU Belly Dance and more A Delicious Ending We end the night with our traditional pie toss Relieve your mid term stress by smashing pies on the poor faces of student leaders and RAs on campus Benefit Dinner An Unforgettable Night Benefit Dinner is CSC s annual formal event benefiting a different charity each year complete with student performances and a prie fixe dinner The Columbia community is brought together for this evening of smiles and laughter as a variety of cultural groups join in celebrating the strong Asian heritage at Columbia Don t forget to sign up for our Blind Date service a unique and unforgettable opportunity to meet that special someone One two smile Attendees get

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/csc/ (2016-02-12)
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