Notebook is a Columbia News series that highlights just some of the many fascinating students who study at our University. 

Jasmine Dearman, who describes herself as a “future Congresswoman,” will graduate from the School of Social Work this May.

He plans on further developing his design skills after graduation from Columbia GSAPP.

She hopes to curate a career that blends policy, art activism, and human rights.

Bree Zhang isn’t just a dentist-in-training. She’s a visual artist and musician, too.

Since joining Columbia, Mann has researched humpback whales and shipwreck divers.

After the pitcher’s mound, Mo’ne Davis makes the most of her time at Columbia’s School of Professional Studies.

After graduating from Columbia in May, she’ll head to Oxford University to pursue a degree in intellectual history.

As a director, Ghina Fawaz is on a mission to tell tales that blend art and healing.

When he’s not in the lab, Kevin Fleshman might be at the Met Cloisters or eating dim sum in Chinatown.

Going pro beckons after college, but before then, she’s trying to fit it all in, while breaking a record or two. 

She is passionate about public health, and dancing in New York.

Omid Cohensedgh's childhood experiences inspired him to enter the field of medicine.