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Letter to the Editor: Eliminating reading programs is a disservice to students
Chicago Sun Times - Link

"Having grown up in a predominantly white district, these voluntary reading programs provided me and my peers with exposure to narratives and perspectives from individuals with different experiences — often for the first time. It was also through the books recommended by these programs that I first encountered characters with physical disabilities like my own, including 'One-Handed Catch' by MJ Auch, which featured a protagonist with a mobility impairment. Removing these opportunities from current students deprives them of valuable experiences and inhibits their understanding of the world."

Columbia SIPA students stage walkout in support of doxxed peers
The Morningside Post - Link

"On November 1, a protest was attended by over 120 students from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) to express solidarity with doxxed classmates and reaffirm their commitment to collaborating with the administration to address student concerns, as reported by Lauren Goldberg (MIA ‘25), Gunnar Wainwright (MPA ‘24), and Emily Muller (MIA ‘24)."

Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo shares direction for Columbia SIPA's new Institute of Global Politics
The Morningside Post - Link

"In an exclusive interview, Emily Muller (MIA ‘24) sits down with Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo to delve into her vision for the recently inaugurated Institute of Global Politics (IGP), encompassing discussions on diversity commitment, recruitment efforts, student involvement, and productive civil discourse."

Columbia SIPA announces 'Inside the Situation Room' taught by Hillary Clinton and Keren Yarhi-Milo
The Morningside Post - Link

"Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo will bring students “Inside the Situation Room” this fall. Emily Muller (MIA ‘24) reports with an exclusive statement from Dean Yarhi-Milo."

Administration addresses capstone article, vows to review reimbursement processes
The Morningside Post - Link

"Emily Muller (MIA ‘24) reports that the Director of the Capstone Workshop Program, Suzanne Hollmann, has issued a response to The Morningside Post's article, "Capstone reimbursements are late, so is the rent" that exposed how a SIPA rite of passage is contributing to the widening wealth gap on campus."

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