• Two alumnae first conceived the idea for The CAA Shop, another helped launch the website, and more than 3,000 alumni from across the University hand-picked designs that are now available for purchase. Show your Columbia pride in style: Shop CAA

  • One of the many perks of being on Columbia's campus is being able to meet people of all different backgrounds just by walking around. This includes the celebrities and renowned individuals that you may just bump into. Over the past couple of years, a number of well-known names have made their mark on campus.

  • The Low Down features an episode from the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast, a weekly series by Columbia's Center on Global Energy Policy at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), that explores pressing energy issues with top leaders in government, business, academia, and civil society.

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  • Making a Murderer, written and directed by Laura Riccardi '07SOA and Moira Demos '96CC, '08SOA, and House of Cards, created by Beau Willimon '99CC, '03SOA, have received multiple Emmy nominations.

  • Former Detective Christian Saffran '14GS has an interesting new assignment -- investigating the science of the brain. Read more.

  • As we reflect on the athletic feats in Rio, get a look at the world of the Olympics from Trent Dimas '02GS, the 1992 gymnastics gold medalist. Hear him discuss on The Low Down what it is like to qualify for the Games, and what happens after winning gold.