Thanksgiving Feast: A Columbia Dining Tradition

Every year Columbia Dining hosts a Thanksgiving feast for 1,000 students who do not go home for the holiday, but can still celebrate with their Columbia family.

A traditional dinner of turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings is served family style in John Jay Dining Hall, where the menu includes vegan, vegetarian, halal and kosher options.

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How Do You Cover Stories in Conflict Zones? ‘Prepare, Prepare, Prepare’

The Reporting Safely in Conflict Zones workshop, one of several continuing education programs offered by Columbia’s Journalism School, is designed to show reporters, producers and photographers how to operate with caution in volatile situations.

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General Studies Student Joseph Bacani Graces New Memorial Honoring Disabled Veteransslide show

Now a junior at Columbia’s School of General Studies, Joseph Bacani was a 21-year-old Army private in March 2007, when he was shot through the pelvis by a sniper while on foot patrol in Baghdad searching for improvised explosive devices. Still in a wheelchair, he was awarded a Purple Heart in a ceremony at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in April 2007.

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Milestones

Five Columbia faculty members have been inducted into the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine. They are James J. Cimino, adjunct professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics; Quarraisha Abdool Karim, associate professor of epidemiology; Gerard Karsenty, Paul A. Marks Professor of Genetics & Development; Michael Shadlen, professor of neuroscience; and Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, Mikati Foundation Professor of Biomedical Engineering.

Herb Gans, the Robert S. Lynd Professor Emeritus of Sociology and special lecturer in sociology, was awarded the 2014 William Foote Whyte Career Achievement Award for sociological practice and public sociology

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