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  • Columbia seismologist Colin Stark writes on the geophysical phenomena responsible for the catastrophic earthquake in Nepal. Read the story.

    Our thoughts go out to our 26 Columbia alumni and everyone impacted in Nepal.

  • Mark your calendar for Reunions 2015. Come back to campus and we guarantee you will enjoy a unique selection of events and programs that will make your return to Columbia unforgettable. We can't wait to celebrate with you! Reunions 2015 list.

  • Soon we will welcome nearly 8,000 graduates to our worldwide alumni network. What's the best advice you have for 2015 Columbia graduates? Share your words of wisdom and advice with these newest members of our alumni family here.

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Alumni in the News

Editorial writer and Journalism alumna Kathleen Kingsbury was awarded a 2015 Pulitzer Prize for opinion pieces about restaurant labor that judges said exposed “the real price of inexpensive menu items.” Read more.

Dr. Charles Drew, renowned for his groundbreaking work in blood plasma preservation, will be posthumously inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in May 2015. He received a doctor of medical science degree from the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1940. He was the first African-American to earn this degree in the United States.

Alumni Notes

Career News: Yohkoh Yumoto

 Yohkoh Yumoto (2002) writes, "I Passed EIKEN Grade 1 on February 27, 2015. "

Apr 29, 2015