Paul LeClerc, director of Columbia’s Paris global center, wants more non-French speakers to be able to study in Paris' Reid Hall—the most popular study abroad destination for undergraduates.
Our budget, rather than being a limiting factor, can enhance our experience.
After intending and then failing to go abroad, I realize how much I should appreciate Columbia. I was chasing perspective by running away, and that is not necessary.
The Global Scholars Programs have many pluses that need to be given more attention.
Paul LeClerc will oversee the center as it seeks to expand its academic offerings and forge ties with campus cultural houses.
Columbia has recently launched programs that allow undergraduates to do research at the Paris, Mumbai, and Beijing centers.
Even the best of us stumble on College Walk once in a while.
For an étudiante étrangère on a budget, the manner in which France’s (much more cost-effective) educational system affects students’ everyday lives is fascinating.
Apr 18, 2:32pm
Diversity in motion: Dance Theatre of Harlem turns 45—This Harlem institution “devoted to breaking down barriers in ballet” honors its history with an eclectic variety of performances from April 23... Read More
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As part of a series of short interviews featuring individual members of the Varsity Show, Spectrum’s Sally Gao sat down with Lindsay Garber, BC ’16. Lindsay, who transferred to Barnard... Read More
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