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    Original URL path: /cu/ccp/ (2016-02-12)


  • CCO - Columbia Community Outreach
    relationships with the Harlem and Morningside Heights communities Every year over 1 000 students faculty staff and alumni volunteer for a day and go out into the city to work alongside community members and non profit organizations Traditionally we have had projects within the Morningside and Riverside Parks including painting benches trimming and weeding flowerbeds and bushes and general clean up Other sites to which we send volunteers yearly include Covenant House A Better Place and Habitat for Humanity Profits from fundraising are donated to Columbia Impact and the Double Discovery Center on the Columbia campus Since CCO s inception thousands of Columbia volunteers helped out at over 90 site citywide and raised over 20 000 for Columbia s on going service programs Over the last 5 years the Columbia Alumni Association CAA has joined with CCO to involve alumni in this day of service both at home and through alumni clubs across the nation and the world Alumni in the New York area are encouraged to register and take part in a service project alongside their fellow Columbians past and present Many regional clubs connect alumni with each other and their local communities by organizing a service project on the same day as the CCO efforts around Columbia s campus The most obvious civic effect of CCO is the day of service given by 1 000 volunteers in NYC and hundreds of others across the world through alumni clubs In addition CCO encourages students faculty alumni and administrators to pursue community service in the future by showing them the options available to them and giving them a positive experience with community outreach Finally CCO is an activity that binds the Columbia campus together each year as friends student groups academic departments or fellow students unite to better the community Chair Contacts Members Co President Crystal Mejia cdm2154 columbia edu Co President Bill Nguyen bn2226 columbia edu Vice President Ligner Vazquez lkv2102 columbia edu Secretary Ryan Schweitzer rms2233 columbia edu Events Pedro Kirchhof phk2117 columbia edu Betul Sevil gbs2117 columbia edu Registration Simone Kramer srk2170 columbia edu Ryan Schweitzer rms2233 columbia edu Projects Rebecca Furth ref2143 barnard edu Maia Hernandez moh2112 columbia edu Jyotsna Grandhi jg3565 barnard edu Maya Perry mrp2195 columbia edu Webmaster Bill Nguyen bn2226 columbia edu Sponsorship Cian Madigan cm3209 columbia edu Francesca Polycarpe fdp2107 columbia edu Katy Qiao qq2115 columbia edu Alumni Involvement in Columbia Community Outreach The Columbia Alumni Association CAA has been participating in and sponsoring CCO since 2005 Alumni and their families play an integral role in giving back to our global communities There are ways for you to get involved wherever you are Alumni in New York City Columbia Community Outreach in New York starts on Morningside campus with Opening Ceremonies featuring keynote speakers from Columbia s alumni and faculty You will be assigned a project with a group of alumni and in some cases students Project could involve work with a local park school community center or a non profit organization

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/outreach/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Economics Society
    You are being redirected to the Columbia Economics Society website If you are not redirected please click here

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/econsoc/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CGCC: Columbia Graduate Consulting Club
    and practice groups It also offers the opportunity to network with other club members with similar interests as well as with recruiters and alumni and similar clubs from other universities Please note that Consulting Club members receive priority access to all major events hosted by the Club Follow these instructions to join CGCC In order to help support CGCC activities we ask that members pay a membership fee when they join There is a 25 membership fee for current Columbia University advanced degree students and postdocs There is a 40 membership fee for Columbia alumni and a 50 membership fee for outside members All of these fees help support CGCC events including our case competition skills workshops and networking socials If you are a current Columbia University advanced degree student or postdoc and are unable to pay the membership fee you may apply for a fee waiver August 22nd 2014 CGCC Case Competition Winners Congratulations to KAR Solutions the winners of this year s case competition June 23rd 2014 CGCC Annual Case Competition CGCC s annual case competition will be held August 22nd Apply here to compete Winners will receive a 1 000 cash prize April 21st 2014 Excel Course

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


  • The Page Formerly Known As The Columbia Iranian Student Association Home
    Our new website is currently under construction please check back soon In the meantime like our Facebook page to get updates on our upcoming events CISA Executive Board Copyright 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/iran/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Japan Society
    us Matsuri 2013 Mar 30th 2013 Low Plaza 1 5pm Every year CJS puts together one of the biggest Japanese festivals in the city Matsuri 2013 will be held on Saturday March 30th from 1 5pm Click for more info This Year s Events Dec 7th 2012 Broadway Room 6 8pm Ho Ho hOrigami Nov 10th 2012 Broadway Room 7 9pm Sushi Night 2012 Dine in style at CJS s

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/japansociety/ (2016-02-12)
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  • CJAS | The Columbia Journal of American Studies
    heated up two quintessentially American institutions quietly put out a call for a different set of nominees applicants to form the 2010 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee From Internment to Containment Edward Tang Hollywood producer Dore Schary thought he had a terrific idea Constantly alert for compelling storylines he decided in 1950 to make a motion picture about the Japanese American experience during the Second World War Casting Teutonic Types BY PETER CONOLLY SMITH When the war started actor director Erich von Stroheim wrote in 1941 looking back on World War I the enemy of course became the arch villains and quite naturally their appearances and actions had to be exaggerated in their extreme African American Songwriters BY JAMES M SALEM The first influence of African American music on American mainstream culture was the minstrel show which was inspired by black music James T Patterson s Grand Expectations BY TIM LACY A decade ago James T Patterson s Grand Expectations The United States 1945 1974 won the prestigious Bancroft Prize Homegrown History The Levittown Mini museum BY PAUL D NAISH In relation to the serious academic the history buff occupies the position of an annoying kid brother whose clumsy attempts to emulate his elders prompt chagrin rather than amusement or admiration Blue Collar White Hat BY GRACE RUSSO BULLARO The late guru of French cuisine Julia Child has called Jacques Pepin the best chef in America and he is routinely referred to as a celebrity superstar Something Fishy Going On BY TOK THOMPSON Fish are a staple of American discourse in folklore and folk speech appearing in myriad forms but with some important linking commonalities Interpolating Harriet Tubman BY MAHA MAROUAN The Chaneysville Incident 1981 is a historical novel based on a legend of thirteen runaway slaves who killed themselves to

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