Press Coverage


Black Trans Homeless Youth Emanates Strength in Clip From Pier Kids (Advocate)

What Is It Like to Watch Live Dance Again? Amazing (New York Times)


In the Hudson Valley: Live Dancers, Real Sweat, Natural Beauty (New York Times)

Ivy League bound: Montco College graduate headed to Columbia Univ. to study music (Philly Tribune)

Honor Students On The Inside: How Community Colleges Are Educating Incarcerated Students (Forbes)

Next Stop: Marriage (New York Times)

Are Robots Coming For Models’ Jobs? (Elle)


VANCOUVER QUEER FILM FESTIVAL 2020 Lineup Announced (Broadway World)

Jacques Pépin reflects on food and its ability to connect people, even across distance (The Southern Illinoisan)

Filmmaker Elegance Bratton wants to diversify consciousness (Daily Xtra)

QFest St. Louis to feature “Pier Kids” a film that explores the life of homeless queer people of color (KTVI FOX 2 News)

Top dancers in country to hold discussion on unrest in America (ABC 7 NY)

Elegance Bratton on Trans Youth-Focused Doc 'Pier Kids': "I Hope That People Are Listening" (Hollywood Reporter)

Battles Against Authoritarianism Will be Tougher Post-Covid, Says Syrian Refugee Who Escaped Jail, Beat Odds to Score US Scholarship (News18)

The Jewish Theological Seminary Appoints Dr. Shuly Rubin Schwartz Chancellor (Columbia News)


Fashion Girls for Humanity Founders Explore Future of Fashion (WWD)

A graduation 12 years in the making: One Syrian activist's road to his college degree (CNN)

The Story Behind the Song: How Two Broadway Stars Created a Columbia Anthem for the Ages (Columbia Magazine)

Sara Ziff And Her Model Alliance (The Frontlash)

A Syrian Refugee Earns a Bachelor’s Degree After Twelve Years (Columbia News)

Humility is Essential for Research (Sciences Po News)

World’s most fabulous financier is a model and Ivy League student (New York Post)

Class of 2020 finds ways to celebrate graduation despite coronavirus pandemic (CBS Evening News)

A Tony Award Winner Graduates with a Dual Degree (Columbia News)

Manhattan borough president hopes to open streets to restaurants (PIX 11)


Local Writer Starts Write Aid To Raise Money For PPE (Business West)

The State of Fashion Models in a Pandemic (New York Times)

Fashion Girls for Humanity Launches Gowns for Good Made in America (WWD)

Columbia’s WKCR Launches ‘New York Sings Along’ With Local Choir (Columbia News)

Jacques Pépin On Reconnecting In Crisis (Zagat)

Decade in review: A golden age of Columbia baseball (Columbia Spectactor)

Manhattan Borough Pres To Host Virtual Small Business Town Hall (Patch)

How Far Should Police Go in Enforcing Coronavirus Lockdowns? (New York Times)


Sheltering in Place: The Independent Film Community Faces the Coronavirus Shutdown (Filmmaker Magazine)

It’s Hard to Care About Food Waste Until You Have To (Esquire)

Researchers Making Use of ML Algorithms to Speed up COVID-19 Vaccine Discovery (Flint Reviewer)

Tasty tarts for Spring (The Emporia Gazette) 

VA unlawfully turned away vulnerable veterans for decades, study says, with 400,000 more at risk (Washington Post) 

BP Brewer open house highlights women’s history events (amNY)

“The Faces of Fashion” panel puts fashion industry malpractice on display (Columbia Spectator)

I met Weinstein, I was taken to see Epstein — my life as a model (The Times of London)


A World of Good (Vanity Fair)

Four students save lives with the help of Columbia University's naloxone training program (CNN)

Patients Better Informed About Health After HIV And HCV Tests That Give Immediate Results (Newswise)

Post-caucus event held in downtown Las Vegas (KTNV)

Opioid Avengers: Columbia Students Save Four Lives With Naloxone (Columbia News)

Victoria's Secret CEO Steps Down (Good Morning America)

From Columbia to the New York City Ballet, Dancer Christina Clark Performs a Balancing Act (Columbia Spectator) 

Victoria’s Secret added new safety measures. Models say it’s not enough. (The Detroit News)

My Epic Fail (Food and Wine)

Models demand 'meaningful action' from Victoria's Secret after harassment claims (USA Today)

Model Alliance demands Victoria's Secret reform workplace culture amid sexual misconduct accusations (Good Morning America)


Exclusive Sundance 2020 Interview: Buck Filmmakers Elegance Bratton & Jovan James (The Queer Review)

Sundance 2020 Interview: Elegance Bratton and Jovan James on a Long Night’s Journey to Day in “Buck” (The Moveable Feast)

No Longer On Thin Ice: Men's Hockey Enters The Championship Hunt (Columbia Spectator) 

Christopher Riano to Lead NYSBA’s LGBTQ Committee (New York State Bar Association News)

Sundance 2020: A Complete Guide To What We're Excited To See At This Year's Festival (Essence)

Catching up with Sundance superstar and 'Buck' co-director Elegance Bratton (GLAAD)

Cameron Russell, ex angelo di Victoria's Secret, e le altre: le modelle attiviste che manifestano per cambiare il mondo (D la Repubblica)

Russian trolls are targeting American veterans, and Trump’s government isn’t helping, group says (Washington Post)

Beecher Carlson appoints national practice leader (Insurance Business)

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer wants details on new social workers (New York Daily News)


“I Found Election Interference And No One Cared”: One US Veteran’s Fight To Protect His Compatriots Online (BuzzFeed News)

How One Model Is Working for Fair Conditions In the Fashion Industry (Shape)

Naila and the Uprising: The women who drove the First Intifada (Al Jazeera)

Sundance 2020 Sets TV and Shorts Lineups with Sarah Polley, Steve James, and Lin-Manuel Miranda (IndieWire)

The modeling industry is filled with exploitation—this labor activist is fighting back (Fast Company)

Columbia U: new displaced person scholarship (The PIE News)

Kathleen Kennedy on Why The Rise of Skywalker Revealed Two of Its Villainous Secrets in the Trailers (Gizmodo)

Star Wars' Kathleen Kennedy on the Long Road to Ending the Skywalkers' Story (Gizmodo)

Tel Aviv University, Columbia launch joint undergraduate program (Times of Israel)

Tel Aviv U partners with Columbia U to offer joint undergraduate program (Jerusalem Post)

Columbia announces dual degree program with Tel Aviv University (Columbia Spectator)

Tel Aviv University Partners with Columbia University to Launch Dual Degree Program (Friends of Tel Aviv University News)

First University-Wide Scholarship Program for Displaced Students (Columbia News)

The Quiet Return of Bruce Weber and Mario Testino (New York Times)


Think Globally, Act Locally: Luis Velasquez on Winning a National Medal and Youth in Politics (Columbia Spectator)

Revival of 6Days Theater “Brighton Beach Memoirs” presents a depression dichotomy, pairing the dismal and droll (Columbia Spectator)

Jacques Pépin, the chefs' chef (CBS)

‘Picnic At Hanging Rock’ Director Larysa Kondracki To Executive Produce Amazon’s ‘Them: Covenant’ (Deadline)

VA, DoD must do more to educate troops and veterans about social media scammers, lawmakers say (Military Times)

Lawmakers begin oversight of cyber campaigns that target veterans, military members (Federal News Network)

Meet the 2019 Film Independent Fast Track Projects (Film Independent)

Wick Sloane's annual count of veterans at highly selective colleges (Inside Higher Ed)

How Columbia Helps Veterans Transition into Higher Education (Columbia News)

The one big policy change 2020 Democrats want to make for veterans, explained (Vox)

Columbia, "Thank you for the support" (Columbia Spectator)

Human rights advocate describes her escape from North Korea (The Justice)

Disinformation agents are targeting veterans in run-up to 2020 election (Coda)

Hero dog ‘Conan’ injured during Baghdadi raid deserves purple heart: vets (New York Post)

Member Spotlight: Christopher R. Riano (New York State Bar Association Journal)


Advice for Running the Paul Taylor Company? ‘Keep Them Laughing’ (New York Times)

Rosen-Metsch highlights success of Giving Day for GS financial aid, veteran initiatives at GSSC meeting (Columbia Spectator)

Despite significant decreases in CC and Athletics totals, Giving Day raises record-high $22 million (Columbia Spectator)

DOC NYC 2019 Films Featuring and Directed By Black Talent (Black Film)

Model Alliance Presents Respect Program to LVMH, Kering Executives (WWD)

Looking forward to the New Orleans Film Festival’s 30th year (Tulane Hullabaloo)

Shortcuts with Jacques Pépin (Star Tribune)

Mario Romero: Free Will, Prior Causes, and Discovering a New Self (Nate Eckman)

Ayudar a su comunidad a través del baile: la colombiana que lucha por los derechos de los hispanos en Nueva York (Univision)

Columbia trains students to administer life-saving naloxone with state-funded kits (Columbia Spectator)

New chapter for women authors: Maya Angelou and Toni Morrison join the ranks of Plato and Demosthenes at Columbia University library (New York Daily News)

Bright Lights, Big Cities: An Intern Takes on the World of Remote Sensing (State of the Planet, Columbia Earth Institute)

Dual Degree Programme Set to Add More Course Options (Trinity News)

Female Writers Added to Columbia University Library Above Aristotle and Plato (Untapped Cities)


Maman's Cheese Soufflé | Jacques Pépin (Rachael Ray Show)

Anderson Cooper Full Circle: Parkland activist says Trump is getting closer to NRA amid impeachment calls (CNN)

This Award-Winning Show About Voguing Is Now on YouTube (Out)

A New Banner for Butler (Columbia News)

Arts In the Armed Forces hosts film screening of Adam Driver's Sundance hit 'The Report' for Columbia veterans (Columbia Spectator)

Faculty Chairs Discuss the Continuing Relevance of the Core Curriculum at Panel Celebrating the Core's Centennial Anniversary (Columbia Spectator)

'Predator' like Jeffery Epstein Familiar Faces in Seedy 'Underbelly' of the Modeling Worlds (Fox News)

Barbara Probst Solomon Was A Fixture Of Literary New York — And My Friend (Forward)

Overseas trolls targeting veterans on social media: Report (Military Times)

Walking through minefields: An entrepreneur’s journey (Medium)

Fashion Week’s Labor Problem Is Our Labor Problem (The New Republic)


Fall for Dance Unveils Its 2019 Season  (New York Times)

Reims Students Will Now Study in the Dean Awn Library (Sciences Po News)

Artistry From Ship To Shore: Talking To Chef Jacques Pepin (Forbes)

Walking through minefields: An entrepreneur’s journey (BMNT)

Meet the hero who saved everything you love about modern cities (Popular Science)

Cash Bail Will Mostly End in NY in 2020. Here's What That Could Look Like. (NY1)

General Studies appoints Marlyn Delva as dean of students (Columbia Spectator)

REVU puts ‘boots on the ground’ to get vets research experience (Yale News)

Over 100 models call on Victoria's Secret to address sexual harassment claims (Harper's Bazaar)

100 models sign petition demanding Victoria's Secret take action on sexual misconduct after its links to Jeffrey Epstein were exposed (Business Insider)

Man spends his day with a dog he found in DC, asks Twitter for help finding owner (WJLA)

Model Alliance Pens Open Letter to Victoria’s Secret on Sexual Misconduct (WWD)

Renowned chef Jacques Pépin shows local chefs how to take their culinary skills beyond The Kitchen (Hartford Courant)


And the Winners of Outfest 2019 Are... (Advocate)

Instagram Is Great for Models. It’s Also Good for Predators. (New York Times)

The Times Magazine’s ‘Diagnosis’ Column Is Now a Documentary Series (New York Times)

Outfest 2019: “Pier Kids” Is a Powerful Story of Chosen Queer Families (NewNowNext)

'Pier Kids': Film Review | Outfest 2019 (Hollywood Reporter)

What Modeling Taught Me About Jeffrey Epstein (The Cut)

Online Course Helps Veterans Navigate College Admissions (Columbia Magazine)

The Hasidic pop-star known as the Jewish Lady Gaga (BBC)

Outfest Opens With Documentary About Gay Porn Shops Circus of Books (Variety)

Facing White Privilege (Columbia News)

What Happened to Jonathan Taylor Thomas? (VICE)

Hunter S. Thompson’s Cabin Is on Airbnb -- Proceeds Go To Columbia University Veterans (NBC New York)

The 2019 Manhattan Power 100 (City & State New York)

My gonzo night at Hunter S Thompson's cabin (The Guardian)

Chandler native leaps into NYC Ballet role (SanTan Sun News)

A Force for Good: How the Model Mafia is changing the fashion industry (Eco-Age)

Lucasfilm Hires Star Wars Producer Michelle Rejwan '08GS (Columbia Alumni News)


Fashion’s underage model ban could be good for business (Vogue Business)

A Formerly Homeless Veteran Makes Films About the Queer Black Experience (Columbia Magazine)

Warrior-Scholar Project Gives Veterans Tools to Transform From Service to Student (KOLD News 13)

Michelle Rejwan Joins the Lucasfilm Executive Team (Lucasfilm)

Lucasfilm Hires 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' Producer Michelle Rejwan (Variety)

Vets-turned-students get pep talk from atypical speaker: Marriott's Arne Sorenson (Washington Business Journal)

Trump-Kim summit gave 'master manipulator' a global platform, says defector (PRI)

College to Launch New Film and Art History Courses With Columbia (University Times)

Paul Taylor’s Company Without Him: Onstage, a Transition to a New Era (New York Times)

Stonewall 50: Reflecting on the History of the LGBTQ Rights Movement in New York State (New York State Bar Association Journal)


Actress Rachel Ticotin will graduate Columbia at age 60: 'I never want to stop learning' (amNY)

60-year-old Bronx woman will be first of six siblings to earn college degree (PIX11)

Commencement 2019 (Columbia Spectator)

Fashion model and activist calls on graduates to advocate for positive change at GS Class Day (Columbia Spectator)

From the Backstreet Boys to Butler: Sondra Woodruff, GS ’19, gained new musical perspectives through Columbia (Columbia Spectator)

Jennifer Blandón, GS ’19: Veteran philosopher and leading veteran (Columbia Spectator)

Elizabeth Ulanova, GS ’19, Is Where Art Meets Technology Meets Axe Throwing (Columbia Spectator)

Renowned Chef Jacques Pépin On His Artwork: ‘Like Cooking, You Taste And You Add’ (Hartford Courant)

In their own words: Friends, family and colleagues honor Peter Awn at Ceremony (Columbia Spectator)

Why they came to celebrate the life of Peter Awn (Columbia Spectator)

Kering fashion houses to stop hiring models under 18 (BBC News)

For Musician Sondra Woodruff, Music is More than Instruments (Columbia News)

Gale Brewer Explains Her Strategies to Tackle Street Homelessness and Store Vacancies (West Side Rag)

Senior Wisdom: Reva Greenbaum (Bwog)

Rachel Ticotin Has High Praise for the School of General Studies (Columbia News)

Former GS Dean Peter Awn to receive posthumous Doctor of Letters degree from Columbia (Columbia Spectator)

Senior Wisdom: Jack Snyder (Bwog)

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer Talks About de Blasio, Developers, and How She Learned to be Tough (West Side Rag)

Senior Wisdom: Bonnie Gillis (Bwog)

Fashion model and labor activist Sara Ziff, GS’11, to speak at GS Class Day (Columbia Spectator)

48 GS seniors inducted into Phi Beta Kappa (Columbia Spectator)

GS pledges $50,000 to The Food Pantry over next five years (Columbia Spectator)

Jacques Pepin Talks Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award: ‘I Was Flabbergasted’ (Variety)

From TED Talks And Choreography To Weddings And Parenthood, Olympians Stay Busy Post-Figure Skating (United States Olympic Committee)


Food Pantry at Columbia to receive $5,000 in annual funding from Columbia Dining through partnership with Swipe Out Hunger (Columbia Spectator)

How I escaped North Korea—and found freedom (TED)

From the Big Smoke to the Big Apple (University Times)

When Jacques Pépin Made All the World an Omelet (Taste)

‘If you don’t know you’re a do you fight to be free?’ North Korean defector tells Vancouver audience (The Globe and Mail)

In Europe, the Model Age Debate Rages On (Vogue)

This man may have gotten more vets into Ivy League schools than anyone else (Military Times)


Columbia awarded grant for opioid education and naloxone training on college campuses (EurekAlert)

Tribeca Film Institute Honors 14 Films with Grants in Tribeca All Access Program (Variety)

The top 10 startups from Y Combinator W19 Demo Day 1 (Tech Crunch)

Women Veterans Honored at LPC (The Independent)

TED announces Carla Zanoni as first Director of Audience Development (TED)


Not Your Token Activist (Source Weekly)

Willow Smith Opens Up About What the Future of Feminism Actually Looks Like (Harper's Bazaar)

What to Expect From Juilliard's New Dream Team: Damian Woetzel and Alicia Graf Mack (Dance Magazine)


Veterans of IDF Search and Rescue Unit Take Battle of Saving Lives to the Street (The Times of Israel)

The Place to Challenge Ballet's Gender Stereotypes? In Daily Class (New York Times) 

Enrolling More Veterans at High-Graduation-Rate Colleges and Universities (Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

After Ethereum Classic Suffers 51% Hack, Experts Consider - Will Bitcoin Be Next? (Forbes) 


Daughter of Harlem Teaches Local Young Women to Record and Produce Their Own Music (Columbia News)

In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl's Journey to Freedom by Yeonmi Park with Maryanna Vollers (The Objective Standard)

48 Hours in Syria (WNYC)

Gift Of Life Bone Marrow Registry Delivers Holiday Miracle For Family (CBS New York)


Leap of Faith (Columbia Magazine)

"The Results Driver" - Nathalie Molina Niño (The Looking Glass)

Artistry shines at Columbia Ballet Collaborative fall performances (Columbia Spectator)

Everybody loves Gale (City & State New York)

Portrait of a Marriage, Onstage and at the Barricades (New York Times)

What’s on the Back of the Ballot in New York City? 3 Ways to Tweak Democracy (New York Times)


Blockchain Tech is New Hot Topic for Universities Around the World (Big Think) 

The New York Film Festival Shining a Spotlight on the Raw Reality of Israel (Haaretz)

Jacques Pepin on his New England life (Boston Globe)

Troll Watch: Why Veterans Are Targeted By Spreaders Of Misinformation (NPR)

VA and Congress aren't fighting fake news targeting vets (The Hill)

Natural Tampon Brand, Athena Club, Gets Women To Rethink Their Periods (Forbes)

How People Are Smuggling Forbidden Movies And TV Shows Into North Korea (A Plus)


Julia Bacha, GS ’03, tells of the First Intifada in her new film “Naila and the Uprising” (Columbia Spectator)

How This Veteran Overcame Obstacles To Go From Iraq To The Ivy League (Forbes)

Student vet enrollment spikes at Ivy League schools (Military Times)

Juliette Powell's 'Data' with Destiny (Columbia Data Science Institute)

Modeling in the #TimesUp Era (New York Times)


Trinity Welcomes First Students for Columbia Dual Degree (University Times)

Welcome to the inaugural cohort of Trinity/Columbia Dual BA students! (Trinity News and Events)

Nathalie Molina Niño Forges A New Future For Women Entrepreneurs (Forbes)

This woman escaped North Korea at 13 — these are her lessons on perseverance (CNBC)

Why the Fashion World Needs to Commit to an 18+ Modeling Standard (Vogue)

Cameron Russell on sharing sexual harassment stories on Instagram and the importance of allies at work (Harper's Bazaar)

I Didn't Realise I was Homeless (BBC World Service)

Arts+ at Duke: Anne-Maria Makhulu (Duke University News)


Dublin High School Alum Hania Guiagoussou on Combining Computer + Political Science at Sciences Po + Columbia (

Julia Bacha: From International Student to Filmmaker (Columbia University School of Professional Studies)

Middle Schoolers Organize Feminist Club, and Film Naila and the Uprising at JFF (94.1 KPFA)

Report Finds Surprisingly High Rate of Slavery in Developed Countries (New York Times)

Studying Abroad: Dublin High School’s Leesa Ko Pursues a Dual BA at Columbia University and the Paris Institute of Political Studies (

Passing the Torch: Michael Novak with Susan Yung (The Brooklyn Rail)


Category Is … Filmmaker Realness (New York Times)

Back-to-School Boot Camp (The Eagle)

North Korean Defector: "They Don't Know They Are Slaves" (Real Clear Politics)

Anna Troy to play Java Joe’s while back in San Diego (San Diego Community News Group)

'Pose,' 'My House' and The Need For Chosen Family (INTO)

Varied Models in Global Education (Inside Higher Ed)


Clearing the Stage for a Big Graduation Number at City Ballet (New York Times)

Seven GS Graduates on their Journeys to Class Day (Columbia Spectator)

“My world view has been entirely shaken” (SciencesPo News)

Michael Novak to Lead Paul Taylor Dance Foundation (Art Forum)

Can The Model Alliance Respect Programme Make A Difference? (Vogue)

Sheikh Jarrah: A Tale of Eviction and Resettlement (Aljazeera)

Models band together to fight sexual misconduct (Vogue Australia)

'Silicon Valley' EP Clay Tarver To Adapt 'My War' For Amazon Studios (Deadline)

Paul Taylor Chooses a Successor (New York Times)

Models Create a Program to Stop Sexual Harassment In the Fashion Industry (Cosmopolitan)

Bronx woman's prison to Ivy League journey a first under new program (NY1)

Senior Profile: Natasja Naarendorp, GS (Columbia Spectator)

Olympic skater encourages students to embrace uncertainty at GS Class Day ceremony (Columbia Spectator)

Dominicana sale de la cárcel y se gradúa en Columbia University (El Diario)

Senior Profile: Pawel Maslag, GS ’18 (Columbia Spectator)

Senior Profile: Lipa Schmeltzer, GS ’18 (Columbia Spectator)

Estuvo en prisión y se graduó de la Universidad de Columbia (NY1)

‘Dream Come True:’ Bronx Mother’s Inspiring Journey From Prison To Ivy League (CBS New York)

Después de estar en prisión y superar varias barreras, esta madre hispana logra graduarse de la universidad (Univision)

From Formerly Incarcerated to Ivy League Graduate (Columbia News)

Senior Wisdom: Alissa Kruidenier (Bwog)

Former refugee begins career at UN (American River Current)

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-con set to graduate from Columbia University inspires her son to apply to college (NY Daily News)

Fleeing native Iran, a would-be convert to Judaism gets new start in NYC (Times of Israel)

Balancing human rights with peacebuilding efforts in North Korea (Catholic News Agency)

Inter-Korean Peace Through The Eyes of a North Korean Defector (WNYC)

Senior Wisdom: Justice Betty (Bwog)

Recall and Regress (The War Horse)

Senior Wisdom: Ben Gersten (Bwog)


The Man Making Hasidic Music Pop (Great Big Story)

Playing with Science at BAM, with Sasha Cohen & Neil deGrasse Tyson (WBEZ 91.5Chicago)

Inside Tory Burch's Embrace Ambition Summit (Town & Country Magazine)

‘My House’ Highlights The Modern Ballroom Scene Post-‘Paris Is Burning’ (INTO)

Choreographers innovate at Columbia Ballet Collaborative Spring Performance (Columbia Spectator)

National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) Welcomes New Board Member (

Justice in Education Scholars Receive 2018 Change Agent Award (Center for Justice at Columbia University)

Columbia University offers scholarships to Syrians, despite travel ban (Daily News)

Rachel Comey Hosts a Candid Conversation With the Model Alliance's Sara Ziff and Karen Elson (Vogue)

Men in Hollywood Talk Time's Up: "We Have to Listen to the Point That We Hear" (The Hollywood Reporter)

An Ivy Degree, With an Irish Twist (Inside Higher Ed)

“The Whole World Is Watching”: An Oral History of the 1968 Columbia Uprising (Vanity Fair)


A Life In Bass: An Interview With Tony Senatore (No Treble)

Model Alliance Founder Sara Ziff Details Initiatives to Promote Fair Treatment (WWD)

Performance or Potential: What World-Class Universities look for (SciencesPo News)

North Korean defector Yeonmi Park speaks at CNU (WTKR News)

North Korean defector, activist Yeonmi Park to speak at CNU (Daily Press)

Viceland Drops Trailer For New Queer Ballroom Scene Docuseries 'My House': Watch (Billboard)

Caring for my three-legged dog cured my depression: veteran (New York Post)

Eric Shawn reports: A North Korean escapee's advice (Fox News)

Claudia Rankine leads debate on issues of race and whiteness at University Life event (Columbia Spectator)

The Future of Fleet Foxes (Jackson Free Press)

From Combat to Classroom (Nation Swell)


Yeonmi Park’s long journey from North Korea to Chicago (NBC News)

Sasha Cohen: An Olympian’s Guide to Retiring at 25 (New York Times)

Conversaciones con un desertor de Corea del Norte (El Mundo)

Warren Buffett inspired my journey to Wall Street: Olympic figure skating silver medalist Sasha Cohen (CNBC)

Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University to offer dual degrees (The Pie News)

Trinity College Dublin to offer degrees in conjunction with US university (The Irish Times)

Trinity College announces partnership degrees with US university (Irish Examiner)

How Sasha Cohen, Former Olympic Figure Skater, Spends Her Sundays (New York Times)

Figure Skating Physics, with Olympic Medalist Sasha Cohen (StarTalk Radio)

Jewish Olympian Sasha Cohen Is Living Her Best Life Now (Schmooze)


Veterans at Selective Colleges, 2017 (Inside Higher Ed)


New York Today: From North Korea to New York (NY Times)

Ashley White-Stern, Class of 2018: making a real impact through P&S (Columbia University)

Rising musician Zach Heckendorf, GS' 19, on life at Columbia after five years on the stage (Columbia Spectator)


Pat Boone celebrates 60 years of show business with O.C. concert (LA Times)


Fleet Foxes Emerge from Hibernation (SF Weekly)


Commentary: Supporting post-9/11 military veterans in higher education (Navy Times)

From Barrack to Broadway (Philadelphia Jewish Voice)

After the podium, off the ice: Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen opens up (Sports Illustrated)

Elegance Bratton's Walk For Me Spotlights Trans Motherhood in Ballroom (Out Magazine)

Lily Kwong, a Model and Landscape Designer Sought by Fashion Brands (NY Times)


Transgender woman's journey from Hasidim to a new life (Fox 5 NY)

Lily Kwong Used 13,000 Flowers to Transform New York’s High Line Into a Hanging Garden of Delights (Vogue)

Dancing with the Camera: Ezra Hurwitz on Capturing Dance on Film (Dance Magazine)

Escaping North Korea: Meet Yeonmi Park (NextShark)

How F. Scott Fitzgerald Saved Fleet Foxes From Vanishing Forever (Esquire)


How the Fleet Foxes Frontman Got Out to Get Back In (NY Times)

What it’s Like to Go from War to a Liberal Arts College (Newsweek)

Review: Justin Peck’s ‘Decalogue’ Pushes Into New Ballet Forms (NY Times)

How a 23-Year-Old With Mild Anxiety and a Charmed Life Became the Lying, Sobbing, Lovesick Toast of Broadway (NY Times)

Is Justin Peck Trying to Say Something? (The New Yorker)


Once a Yankee, Matt Duran, GS ’20, is now in a different league (Columbia Daily Spectator)

Columbia rowing’s non-traditional tradition (Columbia Daily Spectator)

Fleet Foxes Back After Six-Year Hiatus (The Cowl)


Inside 'Walk For Me,' a Heart-Stopping Film About Motherhood in Ballroom Culture (Thump)

North Korean defector speech reaches 70 million views (The Independent)

Unabashed 'Exhibitionist's new memoir unveils his days and nights in the museum (The Times of Israel)

The Story Of A North Korean Defector (The Huffington Post)

Al Chang: Veteran (Human Rights First)  

The Courageous Class: Spring 2017 (Kenneth Cole)

Fleet Foxes return with shows at Sydney’s Vivid festival (The Weekend Australian)


How Sara Ziff and More Than 40 Other Models Are Leading the Charge Against Eating Disorders (Vogue)


At New York City Ballet, Lacing Up Their Sneakers to Unite (NY Times)


How to Really Bring Change to North Korea, My Home Country (The Diplomat)

Decaul GS brings veterans into theater (The Brown Daily Herald)

GS alumna wins Rhodes Scholarship (Columbia Spectator)


Olympic Medalist Timothy Goebel Skates Over to Upper West Side (Observer)

Veterans at Elite Colleges, 2016 (Inside Higher Ed)

Veterans in the Ivy League: Students seek to up their ranks (Associated Press)


From Nagpur to New York City (Columbia Spectator)

This investor will give you millions - if your business makes women richer (The Washington Post)

Sigrid Agren on the Journey From Chanel’s Catwalk to Columbia’s Campus (Vogue)


Multi-million dollar charity pressure Trump to reveal taxes (MSNBC)

Disrupting the order: Dance on the Diana stairs (Columbia Spectator)

The Life That Shaped Jane Jacobs (The Atlantic)

Steve Hofstetter heckles the hecklers (The Frederick News-Post)

Living the Ranger Creed: Myles Grantham (US Army)

The Bite Stuff: Five alumni startups that are disrupting the food industry (Columbia Magazine)


Former NYPD Officer Becoming a Doctor, all Despite a Learning Disability (ABC News)

Ex-Detective's New Assignment: Investigating the Science of the Brain (New York Times)


North Korean defector on living in the West: 'We are so disconnected' (Business Insider)

The White House Historical Association, Artsy, and Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Announce Winners of “This Art is Your Art” Video Competition (Robert Rauschenberg Foundation)

Winning Videos: "This Art is Your Art" Video Competition (Artsy)


Village Health Works Founder and CEO, Deogratias Niyizonkiza, Recognized as a "Great Immigrant" by the Carnegie Corporation of New York (PR Newswire)

July Fourth Tribute Honors 42 Distinguished Immigrants (Carnegie Corporation of New York)

NY Hasidic singer Lipa Schmeltzer stars in Israeli Pepsi Max ad (Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

"Little Miss Perfect" Movie Exclusive  (Justine Magazine)


The Social-Impact Vacation Is Here (Bloomberg Businessweek)  

Former Harlem drug dealer turned Columbia University grad talks to PIX11 (PIX 11)

Former Drug Dealer Turns Life Around, Graduates From Ivy League (Huffington Post)

Harlem man's journey from prison to the Ivy League (Fox 5 NY)

Former Harlem Drug Dealer Joins the Ivy League After Graduating From Columbia University aged 67 (Daily Mail)

Bachelor mit 67: Ex-Drogendealer macht Abschluss an Columbia University (Spiegel Online)

From Drugs To Degree: Harlem Ex-Dealer Graduates From Columbia At 67 (USA Today College)

Ex-drug Dealer Graduates At Age 67 From Columbia (WGN 9 Chicago)

Former Harlem Drug Dealer Graduates At Age 67 From Columbia (PIX 11)

Ex-drug Dealer Graduates at Age 67 from Columbia (CNN)

Former Drug Dealer Graduates from Columbia 50 Years After Dropping Out of High School (Essence)

Former Harlem Drug Dealer Celebrates Columbia University Graduation After Long Road Back From Prison (New York Daily News)

Female Filmmaker Duo Tackle Eating Disorders & Thinspo Culture In ‘Little Miss Perfect’ (Girl Talk HQ)

Addiction, Manslaughter Charge, College: David Norman's Path To Columbia (Here & Now)

Marlee & Karlee of Little Miss Perfect Movie (Entrepreneur Revolution)

Coming Home: Harlem Native Returns from Marine Corps to Campus (Columbia News)

Interview with Isaac Scott, Resident Artist and Justice in Education Scholar at Columbia's Center for Justice (Earth Institute, Columbia University)


8 Entrepreneurs Making a Fortune -- and Giving it Back (Entrepreneur)

"Little Miss Perfect" Screens at Boston Int'l Film Festival (Boston Patch)

Annapolis Film Festival '16: "Little Miss Perfect" Review (Picture Lock)

Feature Film 'Little Miss Perfect' SOLD OUT at Annapolis Film Festival (Annapolis Patch)


Ben Platt, From ‘Pitch Perfect’ to an Anxious Teen on Stage (New York Times)

Little Miss Perfect: An Adolescent’s Descent into Anorexia (Eating Disorder Recovery Specialists) 

#ICastIt Marlee Roberts Casts Commitment (Backstage)

How 'Little Miss Perfect' is Changing the Way We View Eating Disorders (Her Campus)

Theatre Communications Group announces Maurice Decaul '18 MFA as inaugural artist-in-residence (Brown University)

Karlee Roberts @ Little Miss Perfect Screening | DGA Theater (Afterbuzz TV)

'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Documentary to Premiere at SXSW (Variety)

LITTLE MISS PERFECT Encourages Audiences to 'Face Your Beast' (Broadway World)


North Arlington natives win award at Irvine International Film Festival (North Jersey)

Why Special Ops Are Doing Yoga - and Why You Should, Too (Men's Health)


Back-to-school boot camps help veterans in the classroom (USA Today)

Marlee Roberts’ Eye-Opening Film “Little Miss Perfect” Premiered At The Closing Night Of The Irvine International Film Festival (Alexis Joy VIP Access)

IIFF’s Closing Night Selection: Little Miss Perfect (Effie Magazine)

Interview Part 4: Sasha Cohen On Michelle Kwan, Torino Olympic Silver And Her Tight Family (Forbes)

Interview Part 3: Skater Sasha Cohen On Life In New York As A Columbia Student (Forbes)

Interview Part 2: Sasha Cohen To Be Inducted Into U.S. Figure Skating Hall Of Fame (Forbes)

Interview Part 1: American Skate Darling Sasha Cohen 10 Years After Torino Olympics (Forbes)


North Korean defector Yeonmi Park criticises West for laughing at 'funny' Kim Jong-un: 'He is a murderer' (Independent)

How Michelle Rejwan Went from Assistant to 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Co-Producer (marie claire)

Cameron Russell Enlisted a Supermodel Army to Wage War on Climate Change (i-D)

Where Are the Veteran Students, 2015? (Inside Higher Ed)

North Korean Defector Yeonmi Park Shares Her Harrowing Story (The World Post)

Diversity is the Most Important Teacher at General Studies (Columbia Daily Spectator)

Columbia University Student Remains Committed to the Military After His Service (Pix 11)


Foot Locker and Asics announce winner of filmmaking contest (

Five Questions with New York City Ballet's Justin Peck (KPBS Public Broadcasting)

North Korean defector Yeonmi Park: 'I believed my Dear Leader could read my mind' (International Business Times)

A North Korean speaks: Yeonmi Park's fierce desire for freedom (FOX News)

Yeonmi Park reveals the horrors of life in North Korea and her escape to China (Independent)

Escape From North Korea: Human rights activist Yeonmi Park details her journey in In Order to Live (Slate)

In Its Second Year, General Studies Alumni Association Looks to Harness Renewed Student Involvement (Columbia Daily Spectator)


The Evolution of Social Journalism - Carla Zanoni (Forbes)

From Boots to Books (American Radio Works)

With New Dean Position, GS Solidifies Its Support for Vets (Columbia Daily Spectator)

After Escaping North Korea, Freedom Is 'Seriously, Deadly Hard' (NPR)

Here and Now: Seeds of Africa (ABC7 New York)

Meet the North Korean Student Attending Columbia University (Liberty in North Korea)

71 vets march from service to School of General Studies Class of 2019 (Columbia Daily Spectator)


Meet the Hasidic Lady Gaga (PRI)

Ben Platt, on pitch in ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ (The Washington Post)

Ivy League next stop for Flint woman who survived Haiti earthquake (MLive)

Orth Cleaners pressing for expansion by going mobile (Daily Local News)


Oscar nominee Kristi Zea talks Rockland, new project (Lohud)

Joey Falcone’s incredible path: Iraq to Ivy League to Yankees (New York Post)


First Marine commissioned at Columbia University in decades (Marine Corps Times)

Who is afraid of sundown? (The Hindu Business Line)

Silver Spring native takes different path to higher ed (The Gazette)

Marine Vet's Hot Bat Drives Columbia University's Cinderella Season (Washington Free Beacon)


How Columbia star hitter, warrior overcame plate struggles (New York Post)

Women Adopted as Babies Discover They're Sisters in College Class (Inside Edition)

Two absolute strangers met in a college class and realised they were sisters (The 42)

Toen deze studente zichzelf in de klas voorstelde, realiseerde een sprakeloze klasgenote ineens wie ze voor zich had (De Dagelijkse Standaard)

Bile su razdvojene 30 godina: Sestre je spojio tečaj pisanja (24sata)

2 strangers met at Columbia University and realised they were sisters (Business Insider Australia)

Two Sisters Meet by Chance in College After Being Separated at Birth (People’s Daily Online)

2 strangers met at Columbia University and realized they were sisters (Business Insider)

Separated at birth, two sisters find themselves 30 years later! (Oh My Magazine)

Séparées à la naissance, ces deux sœurs se retrouvent par hasard à l'université, (Sud Info)

These Sisters Have One of the Most Amazing Adoption Stories You’ve Ever Heard (Life News)

Two Sisters Separated at Birth Meet 30 Years Later (DH)

Separated at birth, they find themselves in college (Yahoo News France)

Etats-Unis : deux sœurs séparées à la naissance se retrouvent par hasard à l’université (Parents France)

They Were Introducing Themselves When One Noticed That Her Classmate’s Story Was Eerily Familiar (IJ Review)

"Je suis ta sœur": séparées à la naissance, elles se rencontrent par hasard à l’universitér (RTL)

Unusual: The sisters meet for the first time in college (Melty Campus)

Sisters Separated by Adoption Reunite by Chance at College (ABC News, Good Morning America)

'Fairy tale' story: Adopted sisters meet for first time in writing class (Today Show)  

True story: Columbia grad finds long-lost adopted sister in writing class (NY Daily News)

Adopted Sisters Meet in Same Class at Columbia University (WNBC-TV)

Long Lost Sisters Reunited in Writing Class (AOL News)

Long-Lost Sisters Reunite In College Class (Opposing Views)

College classmates realize they are long lost sisters (WIVB)

Separated at birth, they meet by chance 30 years later (20 Minutes)

Separated at birth, two sisters meet by chance in University (Le Figaro) 

There’s Something About Katy (And Lizzy) (Power Line)

Séparées à la naissance, deux sœurs se retrouvent 30 ans plus tard... par hasard (L’Avenir)

Lindsay Hadad (Columbia Spectator)

Amna Pervez, GS (Columbia Spectator)

James Reyes, GS (Columbia Spectator)

Joe Falcone, GS (Columbia Spectator)

Hood honors nontraditional paths to higher education, encourages lifelong learning at GS Class Day (Columbia Spectator)

Miraculous luck reunites sisters separated since birth (Washington Post)

Sisters Separated at Birth Meet in College Writing Class (CBS This Morning)

2 sisters adopted separately meet in writing class at Columbia University (WABC-TV & WABC-Chicago)

Sisters Separated as Kids Find Each Other at the Same College ( Blog)

When adopted siblings meet: the relationship after a reunion (The Telegraph)

Sisters separated at birth meet for the first time at university – and are reunited with their mum (Mirror)

Separated sisters reunite in college class (

Separated at birth, two sisters meet by chance in Columbia University course (FranceTV)

Twee geadopteerde zussen ontmoeten elkaar op school (Metro)

Dos hermanas separadas al nacer se encuentran por casualidad 30 anos despues (

La increíble coincidencia que ha reunido a Lizzie y Katy, dos dos hermanas separadas de bebés... ¡en la misma clase de la universidad! (Hola)

Sisters separated as babies find each other 30 years later in a writing class (The Week)

Sisters Adopted by different families reconnect in the classroom (Philly Voice)

Adopted Sisters Find Each Other in a Writing Class — 30 Years Later (Good Housekeeping)

5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend (ABC News)

Long Lost Sisters Find Each Other in Writing Class (Refinery 29)

5 Most Uplifting Stories of the Week (USA Today)

Systrar fann varandra - på skrivarkurs (Aftonbladet)

Lizzie (35) og Katy (34) møttes helt tilfeldig i et klasserom: – Jeg tror vi er sostre (TV2)

Two sisters adopted as kids reunite at Columbia University writing class (News AU)

Sisters both given up for adoption as babies reunite in college writing class (Fox8)

Two U.S. sisters adopted separately meet in creative-writing class (CTV News)

Sisters Separated as Kids Find Each Other in Columbia University (ABC News, Good Morning America)

2 Sisters Adopted Separately Reunite At Columbia University Writing Class (1010 WINS/Associated Press, WKCR/CBS Chicago)

"It Feels Like a Fairy Tale": Separated Sisters Meet in Writing Class (CBS Evening News)

2 Sisters Adopted Separately Meet in NYC Writing Class (Associated Press)

Sisters Adopted Separately Meet for the First Time and Are Reunited After Randomly Taking the Same Columbia University Course (Daily Mail)

Columbia Brings Long Lost Sisters Together (Spectrum, Columbia Spectator Blog)

In som främlingar — ut som systrar (Helsingborgs Dagblad)

Sisters Adopted Into Different Families Meet Unexpectedly In Writing Class
(The Inquisitr)

Wild Coincidences Bring Separated Sisters Together (Newser)

2 Women Moved to Write Stories Uncover a Surprisingly Personal One (New York Times)

First Marine Commissioned at Columbia University in Four Decades (Columbia News)

Lukas Huffman Talks ir77, Stealing the Ivy Leagues & Lady Shredders (The Inertia)


A Big Man in the N.B.A., but Not on Campus at Columbia (New York Times)

Another ‘Pitch Perfect’ part for Ben Platt (The Washington Post)