February 05, 2019

February News and Upcoming Events

We hope everyone is enjoying the slightly milder weather and the bit more daylight every afternoon.

February is the shortest month of the year, but that’s not preventing us from packing it full with some great events over the next few weeks. A happy hour, a poetry reading, and a lecture with a visiting professor on Japanese art (all listed below).

We closed out January with our first Open Board meeting of 2019. We’re excited to welcome our new team of volunteers and members taking on a more active role. We’re sure with their help, this will be one of the best years yet for the club. In the short term, if any ARC member or CC / SEAS alum is available to do interviews on campus at Eton this Saturday, February 9th, please reach out to Helene directly to help out, helenetagliaferri@gmail.com.

Make sure you book for our events on the website and be follow us on Facebook and Instagram for new announcements.

Please also keep in touch. Reach out at connect@columbiaclub.london if you need anything.

Courtney (President) & Stephen (Vice President)

 

 

Join Us:

Upcoming CUCL Events for February:

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February Happy Hour | Tuesday February 12th, 19:00

Always a fun evening, we’re holding our February Happy Hour with the US alumni club next Tuesday at Jackson & Rye just off of Bank St. Stop by for a pint and get to know your fellow Columbians and larger alumni community.

 

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Professor Matthew McKelway | Thursday February 28th, 18:30

Join Columbia University's Takeo and Itsuko Atsumi Professor of Japanese Art History, Matthew McKelway for an evening lecture on 18th century artwork. CUCL is proud to host in partnership with the Japan Society. Program details and tickets to follow.

 

 

On The Basis Of Sex Screening | Time and Date TBD

Set to be one of the year's most inspiring and entertaining films, this is the powerful and timely true story of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg LAW’59 (Felicity Jones) who led the fight against gender discrimination and blazed an unprecedented trail for equality.An informal gathering to screen the film followed by a bite nearby.

Details to follow on Facebook and the website so stay tuned.

 

 


 

Save The Date:

 

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Young Alumni Winter Gathering

While we’re working on the details, we wanted to let our newer alumni know we’re working on something for March. Details to follow shortly.

 


 

Other Events:

 

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Exeter Book Live Poetry Readings | February 12-14, 10:00

Columbia University School of the Arts alum Gnaomi Siemens (SoA '18) and Luke McMullan will be reading from their translations of poems from The Exeter Book of Anglo Saxon Poetry, at The British Library's Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, World, War exhibition. More on Facebook.

Please purchase tickets via The British Library site HERE.
FREE for British Library Members.

 



Get Involved:

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Columbia Venture Community (CVC) 2019 Survey

Your CVC committee is excited to help make this a productive year for you by bringing you opportunities to network and learn.  First though, we need some input from you! Please tell us who you are and what you're most interested.

 

 

 

 

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Seeking your partnership – Columbia’s CEO Summer Internship Program

The Columbia Experience Overseas (CEO) program offers Columbia students high quality internship experiences in a diverse array of industries in London through alumni and employer partnerships.


Have a 2019 summer internship you’d like to promote to Columbia students? Contact Kate McCormick, Employer & Alumni Relations: km3465@columbia.edu.

 

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CUCL Mentorship

Have you ever wanted to connect with a more experienced Columbia alum, or have you ever wanted to share your experience with a more recent graduate? Join the CUCL Mentorship program as an informal mentor or mentee (or both!) to do just that. Click here to sign-up with a 2 minute survey that will help us match you with your ideal Columbia mentor/mentee.

 

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