• Love Columbia? Shout it from the rooftops! Join recent Columbia alumni graduates at these Rooftop Happy Hour events in New York City this summer. Register here.

  • From stories of innovation and leadership to perspectives on the environment and history, here is a collection of works by creative Columbia alumni authors that will keep you entertained summertime and anytime. Read on.

  • Professor of Italian Teodolinda Barolini and students launched an online immersive experience of Dante's greatest works. Originally conceived by alumna Jennifer Hogan '00TC, the new multimedia project - from digitized rare prints and maps to a video game - makes Dante accessible for a new generation. Learn more.

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Alumni in the News

A special gathering commemorated the career of the late Constance Baker Motley '46LAW, a civil rights icon who became the nation's first female black federal judge. Read more.

Nadia Eke '15CC put a fantastic capper on a stellar career, claiming fourth place in the triple jump at the NCAA Track & Field Championship Finals in Eugene, Oregon. Read more.

Alumni Notes

Career News: Meyer Gross

 As an undergraduate at Cornell University, Meyer Gross LAW 1961 completed 210 credits while simultaneously undertaking a law degree. Perhaps because he was already moving towards law, he was not elected to Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honors society, as an undergraduate. However, more than a half-century later in March 2015, Mr. Gross was inducted in a members-only ceremony conducted in Ithaca.

Jun 24, 2015