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  • Gather with recent alumni (2007-2017) on January 26 for the annual Recent Alumni Winter Wonderland party. Celebrate, connect, and give back to the community, all while enjoying holiday treats and cheer. Space is limited and advanced registration is strongly encouraged. Register here.

  • The Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) offers alumni free, web-based e-mail for life, no matter what internet service provider you use. The service is provided through a partnership between the CAA and Google (one of the first partnerships of its kind). Stay connected to your Columbia inbox now.

  • With the start of the new year, you may be reevaluating some elements of your career. Our Columbia Career Coaches Network is here to help. Comprised of Columbia alumni of various professional backgrounds, our Network is sure to have the right mentor for you who can help you get back on track.

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  • Congratulations to director Greta Gerwig '06BC and producer Eli Bush '09CC, both of whom took home the Golden Globes award for Lady Bird as Best Film, Comedy or Musical! Lady Bird has been named best picture by a number of critics groups, including the National Society of Film Critics.

  • Looking to the year ahead, we look back on some of the top advice shared by members of the Columbia Career Coaches Network, including dozens of informative articles about job transitions, difficult workplace environments, rising through the ranks, and more. Check out some of 2017's highlights.

  • Phyllis Fang Savage '93JRN reflects on her experience as a journalism student and how Columbia's expansive international reach and diverse population of alumni helped her get established when she moved to a new city after New York. Read more and watch her story on ColumbiaYou.