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

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.

Kailani Acosta is curating an exhibition that explores how geology, history, and culture intersect and influence each other.

With the skills she’s honed at School of the Arts, Nimisha Misra is on her way to making that happen.

This Columbia College senior is aiming for a career in sports psychology.

Beqaj will graduate this spring with both a medical degree and a master’s in biomedical sciences.

Sarah Wang has done everything from cheerleading to studying economics and mathematics during her time at Columbia.

Charles Moore credits his mother for instilling in him a love of art.

But in the meantime, he’s busy going to Broadway shows, concerts, and museums.

Agwuncha has tips on where in New York to find Nigerian food, and the city’s most vibrant holiday market.

The Benin Bronzes from her ancestral homeland in Nigeria have deeply influenced her creative practice.