Broaden your education - learn to fix your car!

March 5th, 2008 Posted in University News | No Comments »

While at university, we can all do with a little extra cash. Save unnecessary expenses (and have more to spend on sports gear!) by learning to repair your own car. There are a great many auto mechanic schools and diesel mechanic schools in the Columbia University area.

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The Activities Board at Columbia University

December 4th, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

The Activities Board at Columbia University, also known as ABC, is a governing board for undergraduate student organizations at the university. The membership of student clubs consists of students enrolled in any of the four undergraduate schools at Columbia, such as Columbia College, the School of engineering and Applied Science, the School of General Studies, and Barnard college.

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Columbia University Club of New York

November 29th, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

The Columbia University Club of New York is an establishment that offers its membership to alumni from

Columbia University, including the Barnard and Teacher’s College divisions.

Current Columbia University faculty, administrators, graduate, and undergraduate students, as well as certificate holders from

Columbia University are also eligible to join, as are parents and children of any

Columbia University alumni or current students.

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Sherwood Dungeon

November 21st, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

Sherwood Dungeon is a free browser based game that is played by many members of the Columbia University Games Club. In this game by Main Marian, Inc., you must proceed to kill monsters and gain levels in order to fight even tougher monsters. The game itself does not have much of a plot, it’s simply a game that you can play with friends whenever you feel the need for adventure. The Games Club at

Columbia University currently has several members who enjoy Sherwood Dungeon on a master level, and can help you to get the hang of the game.

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Columbia University Athletics Focusing on Children

November 14th, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

The Athletics Department at

Columbia University has recently launched a new Club. The Little Lion Club is an official Columbia University Athletics fan club for children who are 13 years old and younger. Members of the Little Lion club get the opportunity to meet the coaches, student athletes, and the spirit group members. Little Lion Club members will also have the opportunity to become Honorary Ball Kids at

Columbia University’s home played football games, as well as the men’s and women’s basketball games.

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Columbia University Libraries

November 9th, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

In October, 2007, the Columbia University Libraries received a grant for $32,450 from the New York State Conservation Preservation Program. The grant was for the New York State Coordinated Project to Create Custom Fitted Boxes for Rare Books. There are several

New York state and city libraries that will participate in this project.

The project itself is designed to provide custom fitted clamshell boxes that are made of archival quality materials to hold 400 rare and special volume books.

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Columbia University

November 5th, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

Columbia University has always supported the idea that learning continues even outside the classroom. There are currently a wide range of activities for student of Columbia University to enjoy. Student organizations address both the personal and the professional interests of the student. Organizations exist for the arts, politics, identity, culture, sports, recreation, and religion, as well as other less organized clubs and socialization parties. Columbia University strongly supports students joining in extracurricular programs and organizations, in order to help the student grow and learn more about not only the university life, but about the surrounding neighborhood of New York

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Columbia University

October 30th, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

Columbia University offers a wonderful curriculum for practically every subject known to man. Another great aspect of Columbia is their wide array of clubs and organizations. Whatever sport or interest that you are into, they have a club for you to join. Sports, of course, are plentiful at Columbia University. The Columbia Lions football team is a Division I-AA team, and was the third in the nation to join in intercollegiate games. There is also a wrestling team, which is the oldest college team in the United States. Other sports include archery, cross country, and fencing. Former students of Columbia, and former sports stars as well, include Lou Gehrig and Sid Luckman, to name just a few.

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Established

October 25th, 2007 Posted in University & Colleges Degrees | No Comments »

The Columbia University Games Club was established on October 19th, 1977. Since that time, members have enjoyed the chance to get together and play games. So, the Games Club is simply a gathering of people who share a love of game playing. All sorts of games apply, strategy games, role-playing, head games, and board games, just to name a few. The Games Club operates on a simple rule; anyone can be a member. So, if you want to join, you simply show up at any Friday evening meeting, and voila! You are on your way to becoming a member of the Columbia University Games Club.

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CUGC Introduction

October 23rd, 2007 Posted in University News | No Comments »

Columbia University in New York is one of the oldest and most respected private universities in the United States. It was the first university to be founded in New York, in 1754, and the fifth university to be established within the thirteen colonies. Columbia University was originally established by the Church of England, and is included in the Ivy League Universities. Columbia University has a long list of alumni that have gone on to do great things after graduation, including both Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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