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Alumni in the News
Nora Dooley '12CC and Mike Mazzullo '12CC both were stars of the Columbia soccer field, but now they're shining in a different way -- using soccer as a means for positive change across the globe.
Sasha DiGiulian '16CC is the first American -- and woman -- to climb the North Face of the Eiger, a 5,900-foot ascent and the largest north face in the Alps. Read more.
James Rodgers (Columbia College, 1963) writes, "I've been working as an attorney in Brattleboro, Vermont since 1996, after having read for the law (no law school). I became a solo attorney after 10 years of partnership and represent clients in Civil, Criminal and Family Law.
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