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Judaica Manuscript Collection Comes to the LibrariesJudaica Manuscript Collection Comes to the Libraries

 

The People in the Books: Judaica Manuscripts at Columbia University Libraries runs through Jan. 25.

Columbia in the Headlines
Aung San Suu Kyi spoke at a forum moderated by NBC's Ann Curry. (Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University)
Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi Comes to World Leaders Forum
On her first U.S. visit after nearly 20 years as a prisoner of conscience in Burma, Suu Kyi asked Columbians for ideas on how to help prepare Burmese young people for their own future. Forward
 
Frank Lloyd Wright Archive to Join Columbia and MoMA Collections (Image credit: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives [The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York])
Columbia's Avery Library and MoMA to House Frank Lloyd Wright Archivevideo
The huge collection of America's iconic architect will be preserved for research, teaching and public exhibit under a joint agreement with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Forward
 
Richard Peña
Prof. Richard Peña on Teaching Film and Leaving Lincoln Centervideo
The Columbia faculty member is being honored for 25 years at the New York Film Society, where he helped introduce international cinema in the U.S. and influenced promotion of new talent. Forward
 
Tom Maniatis and Michael Sheetz
Two Columbia Faculty Members Win Lasker Foundation Awards
Professors Tom Maniatis and Michael Sheetz received the prestigious awards, popularly known as "America's Nobels," for their pioneering work in biological sciences. Forward
 
U.S. Supreme Court building
Supreme Court to Consider Landmark Decision on Educational Diversity
When the Supreme Court hears arguments in the case of Fisher vs. the University of Texas, few will be paying closer attention to the potential impact than Columbia President Lee C. Bollinger. Forward

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