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January 24, 2008

Blogging Means Business

Alumni are invited to contribute to the School’s Public Offering, a newly launched blog that highlights developments on campus and in the business world.


The School has launched a blog that will highlight developments on campus and in the business world and feature guest writing by students, prominent alumni and faculty members. We welcome the participation of all Web site visitors and encourage you to add comments and discussions.

This blog is a natural extension of the School’s longstanding tradition of innovation and entrepreneurship. In it, we aim to represent the School’s academic excellence, diversity and vast international network of alumni and to cover the stories we hear in the hallways and elevators of the Business School — stories of achievements, research, ideas, adventures. We’ll also cover what happens in the hallways and elevators themselves — and the weird things in Uris Deli — in addition to bringing you interesting news from the streets of this great city.

We welcome submissions from students, faculty members and graduates, as well as tips or responses, at media@gsb.columbia.edu.

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