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Class E-mail Archive - 2006-2007
E-mail #5 - Sent October 14th, 2006
 

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cc2008/

 

Hey all,

With midterms approaching, we have a HUGE Italian-themed study break  planned for you this Sunday night, hosted by "The Careless Cook," Jason Bello. Stop by for food catered by V&T's, and enjoy Jason's homemade hors d'oeuvres as we watch the premiere of his new show.

More importantly, this week I felt the need to reassert how amazing our school is. To respect the rights of others to express their views is central to Columbia University. Our Alma Mater has always been a place where individuals can engage in debate over the most important issues of the day.  We are justifiably proud of the traditions here of intellectual inquiry, and we mustn't forget that.

Thanks for listening to my banter. Have a wonderful weekend.

Best,
Neda

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1. Italian Midterm Study Break
2. Alumni Event: Washington Correspondent for the New York Times
3. FYI: discount Metrocards
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1. Italian Midterm Study Break
SUNDAY Oct. 15
9:30pm: Schapiro Lounge, 1st Floor

Stress levels are up, so we're talking V&T's penne ala vodka, chicken parm, and baked ziti, along with Jason Bello cooking up bruschetta and seared tuna on polenta cake, both of which are featured in this week's episode of his new CTV show, "The Careless Cook."

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2. Washington Correspondent for the New York Times, Anne Kornblut CC '94
TUESDAY, Oct. 17th
6:30pm to 8:00pm: Wallach 9B

As a Washington correspondent, Anne Kornblut's beat includes politics and government. From 1998 to 2004 she worked in the Washington bureau of the Boston Globe, covering the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns. She began her career in reporting as an intern at the New York Daily News after graduating from Columbia College. Please rsvp at
cpm2116@columbia.edu  Space is limited.

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3. FYI: A new segment to make your life easier
Did you know that there are discount Metrocard vending machines on the 1st floor of Lerner? While the discount isn't much (we're working with MTA on this), it's still worth taking advantage of. Check it out....


And good luck with midterms!

--
Neda Navab
President, Columbia College Class of 2008

 

 

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