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Brooklyn Hotspots: Tips from an off-campus student

If you’re visiting New York City for the first time (or are a return visitor), there are plenty of things to do within the city. But Admissions PA Meagan Barrera says you shouldn’t limit yourself to just Manhattan as there are things to do across the five boroughs. In today’s blog post, Meagan shares her favorite Brooklyn sites and eats.

Facebook Live Friday Series

We are hosting a series of Facebook Live Friday information sessions and Seeple interviews this year to help you better prepare your applications. See the schedule for more information on each individualized session.

Columbia’s provost shares post-election message

Columbia Provost John H. Coatsworth outlines Columbia University’s plan to protect its students regarding potential changes to the U.S. immigration policy following the presidential elections.

A look at the MIA curriculum

I’ve gotten a lot of questions about the difference between MPA and MIA programs. In my view, the two programs are not distinct especially when we take into account curriculum offered in two programs. However, I would like to point out some differences between the two programs. The main core class MIA students are required…

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MDP Professor Glenn Denning discusses gene editing, food

SIPA Professor Glenn Denning was featured on Popular Science’s website. Read what he has to say about gene editing and the possibilities of food growth.