Pat Lowery, CC '12, was able to overcome a rough freshman season to become one of the greatest Columbia pitchers of all time.
CC graduate Melissa Shafer set the record for most three-pointers made in Columbia women's basketball history.
Sammy Roberts plans to pursue a Ph.D. in chemical engineering, but she still hopes to fence in the future.
Columbia College's Mike Mazzulo has capped of an impressive career, and is currently practicing with the New York Red Bulls. Although a spot on the team is certainly not guaranteed, it is a step in the right direction.
Kyle Merber, a Columbia College graduate, set the collegiate record for an American on Monday. His 3:35.59 in the 1,500 meter run was what got the job done.
The ceremony was moved back to Sunday due to security measures surrounding President Barack Obama’s decision to speak at Barnard's commencement ceremony Monday afternoon.
Obama, CC ’83, largely avoided campaign rhetoric during his keynote address, focusing on women’s rights during an election year in which women’s issues have permeated the political dialogue.
Ursula Burns spoke to undergraduate and graduate students at the School of Engineering and Applied Science's class day ceremony.
Alonso made his first trip to Zuccotti Park on Sept. 17—the first day protesters arrived there—and within two weeks he had been arrested and featured in a clip on MSNBC’s “Countdown with Keith Olbermann.”
Iseman builds a lot of gadgets, but is proudest of the robotic swarm that he and three other engineering students showcased at the Cornell Cup at Disney World earlier this month.
After being homeless and living with a friend’s family for several months in order to finish high school, Nguyen won a scholarship to the Collin College, where he earned an associate degree before coming to Columbia.
“I don’t like it when people are like, ‘What’s it gonna be like in the real world?’” Provo said. “Am I in purgatory right now? This is something. I don’t know how real or unreal it is, but it’s not unreal.”
Snedeker was instrumental in pushing the senate to endorse public course evaluations, which it did in a 44-12 vote last month. She helped lead a Student Affairs Committee effort to develop and draft a course evaluations resolution, a yearlong initiative that required faculty, administrative, and student support.
Thong, who hails from a small town in Malaysia, was president of the General Studies Student Council for two years. She majored in sustainable development after becoming interested in the economic development of Third World countries.
Zhai kept himself busy in his four years: as chair of the Asian American Alliance, a brother of Sigma Nu, a varsity swimmer, and the VP Finance for Columbia College Student Council his senior year.
“COÖP and CAVA have been a huge part of my Columbia experience. They were my most formative experiences at Columbia,” Dion, CC ’12, said.
Rick MacArthur, CC ’78, discussed Karl Marx and other texts, while more than 1,000 CC seniors celebrated their graduation and looked back on their time at Columbia.
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