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April 2012 Highlights
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The X-Men Come Home to New YorkThe X-Men Come Home to New York

 

Gagaku, East Asia's oldest musical tradition, is currently enjoying a revival both in Japan and on the Morningside campus.

Columbia in the Headlines
Columbia Science: Searching for the Elusive Higgs Particle
TOP STORY
Columbia Science: Searching for the Elusive Higgs Particlevideo
On April 18, prominent Columbia physicists and two of the nation's top science journalists discussed the questions, "What if we find the Higgs particle? And what if we don't?" Forward
 
Prenatal Exposure to Air Pollution Linked to Childhood Obesity
RESEARCH
Prenatal Exposure to Air Pollution Linked to Childhood Obesityvideo
A new Mailman School study finds that pregnant women in New York City exposed to certain air pollutants were more than twice as likely to have children who were obese by age 7. Forward
 
Richard N. Gardner
GLOBAL
Law School Honors Professor Richard Gardner After Six Decades of Teaching
Several generations of law school alumni returned to Columbia to honor retiring professor Richard N. Gardner, whose students have gone on to leading roles in international affairs. Forward
 
Landscape design students from the School for Continuing Education presented their plans for a rooftop garden at P.S. 84 to the elementary school's community.
NEW YORK STORIES
Landscape Students Plant Rooftop Garden for Local Elementary School
Master's students at the School of Continuing Education worked with P.S. 84 students and parents to design and develop the 7,000-square-foot space. Forward
 
Radcliffe, right, filmed scenes at campus locations including, College Walk, Low Library and Havemeyer Hall. (Image credit: Barbara Alper/Columbia University)
ON CAMPUS
From Hogwarts to Columbia: Daniel Radcliffe Plays Young Allen Ginsberg
The actor was on campus for several days this month to film scenes for an independent film about the Beat writers' notorious experiences as Columbia students in the 1940s. Forward

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