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He was a trusted OB-GYN working inside one of the most prestigious universities in the world, an Ivy League school that is home to Nobel Prize winners and medical all-stars. Yet behind closed doors, Dr. Robert Hadden assaulted hundreds — perhaps thousands — of unsuspecting patients. When it looked like no one would be held accountable, the survivors engaged in a decade-long fight for justice. From the team behind the hit series Dr. Death, host and medical journalist Laura Beil unfurls the st ...
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Columbia Energy Exchange features in-depth conversations with the world’s top energy and climate leaders from government, business, academia and civil society. The program explores today’s most pressing opportunities and challenges across energy sources, financial markets, geopolitics and climate change as well as their implications for both the U.S. and the world.
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This Podcast is where you can find all of the audio sermons and teachings from Christian Fellowship Church in Columbia, Missouri. This is a great way to rehearse what God is doing in our midst or to catch up on the latest message when you're out of town. Whether you're in Columbia, Missouri or somewhere else across the United States or even the world, we hope our sermons and teachings help you personally know Jesus more.
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Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the ...
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Columbia Ideas at Work

Columbia Business School

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Columbia Ideas at Work is a bridge between business research and practice, offering key insights from Columbia Business School’s faculty in a format that is easily accessible to busy executives.
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Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) is a student MBA-led group with the mission to support students exploring entrepreneurial opportunities while at Columbia Business School including founding startups, joining or investing in early-stage companies, and pursuing entrepreneurship within existing companies. We're talking with emerging entrepreneurs about their ventures on our new podcast, Startup Soundbites!
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On Assignment - From the duPont-Columbia Awards

On Assignment - From the duPont-Columbia Awards

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On Assignment brings you some of the best conversations from the Columbia Journalism School, produced and hosted by the school's Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards. The duPont-Columbia Awards honor the best in audio-visual reporting across platforms including broadcast, documentary, local investigative, radio and interactive journalism. We started the On Assignment Podcast to go behind the scenes and bring you the conversations we were having with the leading journalists in the fiel ...
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Columbia Tech Ventures

Columbia Technology Ventures

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Columbia Technology Ventures is the tech transfer office of Columbia University. Our core objective is to facilitate the transfer of inventions from academic research to outside organizations for the benefit of society on a local, national and global basis. Each year, CTV manages more than 330 invention disclosures from faculty, 70 license deals and 15 new start-ups, involving approximately 45 multi-disciplinary, full-time staff across Columbia's two campuses. CTV currently has over 1200 pat ...
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Columbia University Bio Bytes

Columbia Sys Bio Initiative

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Welcome to Bio Bytes! Tune in for interviews with prominent scientists working at the intersection of Biology, Engineering, Medicine, Computer Science, and Mathematics. Check out our sister podcast "BioWorks" (https://anchor.fm/bioworks) for great discussions on life science-related business, investing, and policy. To support our podcast: https://securepay.cuit.columbia.edu/payment/pub/sponsor-sbi/https://securepay.cuit.columbia.edu/payment/pub/sponsor-sbi/ Please email sophiadeng0321@icloud ...
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Columbia University School of Professional Studies

Columbia University School of Professional Studies

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The Columbia University School of Professional Studies advances knowledge with purpose to move careers, communities, and markets forward. Our mission is to provide a rigorous education, informed by rapidly evolving global market needs, that supports the academic and professional aspirations of our student community. Our vision is to become the premier destination for professional education by generating interdisciplinary thought leadership, developing innovative pedagogy, and advancing globa ...
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In its fiftieth year, the nation's leading journalism review brings you a series of conversations with journalists, critics, and contributors to the Columbia Journalism Review magazine and CJR.org. Expect frank discussion, behind-the-scenes stories, and insightful media analysis from all corners of the news industry.
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Welcome to ColumbiaZion, This is a study group for Come, Follow Me For Individuals and Families for 2019. Goals include: making studying materials in a new format and allowing new content to be generated locally to support the local study group of ColumbiaZion. This content is managed by individual members. Nathan De Graw is the chief moderator. This resource is only for convenience for studying materials. This content is not sponsored by the Church.
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We are church dedicated to bringing the light of God's Word to a dark and hopeless world. We aim to equip the saints for the work of the ministry through the expository teaching of Scripture. You will find our sermons applicable and relevant to every day living. Our mission is to know Christ and to make Him know. Join as we grow together in HIs love and forgiveness.
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Columbia DUI Lawyer

FrizWoods LLC - Maryland Criminal Defense Firm

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The criminal justice system can be confusing and overwhelming, and it's important to have an experienced legal professional on your side. hiring a Columbia DUI lawyer can help to ease up the whole process. Visit Us: https://frizwoods.com/ Click For More Information About Columbia DUI Lawyer: https://frizwoods.com/dui FrizWoods LLC - Maryland Criminal Defense Firm Address : 14513 Main St Suite B, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Call Us : +1(301) 720-1917 E-mail: max@frizwoods.com Find us on Google M ...
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The History Podcast of Pre-Columbian World is about ancient civilizations in different regions of the world like South and Mesoamerica, Indonesia, and more! This podcast is for people of all ages interested in learning about history in different regions of the world. We want to bring attention to ancient cultures that you won’t learn about in your eurocentric history class at school. A perfect treat for all history lovers! Want to reach out? Please email: precolumbianhistory4@gmail.com
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Where people live and work, what they eat, how much they exercise (or don't), these factors all contribute enormously to the health of populations. So does policy, access to healthcare, and much more. Columbia Public Health Now asks Columbia faculty to weigh in on the public health challenges of today and consider their implications for the health and well-being of populations around the world. This spring, we are exploring the novel coronavirus. COVID-19's global spread is without historica ...
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The year is 2380. The end of the Dominion War has allowed the Federation to restart five-year journeys of exploration within the Gamma Quadrant, thanks to the surrender of the Dominion. These are the voyages of the U.S.S. Columbia (NCC-10707). An Intrepid-class vessel, named for the sister ship of the original U.S.S. Enterprise, she is tasked with exploring the unknown reaches of the Gamma Quadrant. Join our Bridge Crew as they boldly go where no role-playing game has gone before! Support th ...
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Pale Columbia

Just Likely Productions

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Doctor Aloysius Freeman and Professor Allela Freeman present hidden figures in the American story. As the initial sparks of the American Revolution catch flame, Jupiter Nameless is a man between worlds. On the one hand, he has access to all the wealth, wisdom, and privilege of Monticello, home to Thomas Jefferson, who is something of a mentor and patron for Jupiter. On the other hand, Jupiter is Jefferson’s slave. When a common errand suddenly goes awry, Jupiter finds himself facing somethin ...
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Russia’s energy exports, including its significant natural gas capacity, are geopolitical currency for the country. Before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Russia was Europe’s single largest supplier of imported natural gas. But since the global fallout after the invasion, Russia is setting its sights on China as a new market for the country’s gas and…
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Hysterical investigates a mysterious illness that spreads among a group of high school girls in upstate New York. What is causing their sudden, often violent symptoms? Is there something in the water or inside the school? Or is it “all in their head?” The series examines the outbreak in LeRoy, NY, believed by some to be the most severe case of mass…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Chris Cresswell (@crustcrustwell) of The Flatliners (@theflatliners) and more to discuss one of his major influences, Gob’s 1998 album How Far Shallow Takes You. Find out more about the path Gob paved for a generation of Canadian punks, what changed in…
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Is our society moving at a pathological pace? Sociologists and doctors alike have coined the phrase “hurry sick” to describe the abnormally fast pace that society is moving at, causing all sorts of health, relational, emotional, and spiritual collateral damage. Is there a better way? Join us for part 3 of our 8 part series entitled “Made New” as we…
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Today, we have guest speaker and Lead Pastor at United Community Cathedral Bishop Damian Dean, Sr. speak to encourage the church. He uses Haggai 2:9 as his primary scripture. We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. You can find the full sermon notes and other resources at our website. Subscribe to us at our …
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Yanagawa Seigan (1789–1858) and his wife Kōran (1804–79) were two of the great poets of nineteenth-century Japan. They practiced the art of traditional Sinitic poetry—works written in literary Sinitic, or classical Chinese, a language of enduring importance far beyond China’s borders. Together, they led itinerant lives, traveling around Japan teach…
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Tax Deductibility of PMI Payments Are you an owner-occupant puzzled by the ever-changing rules around PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance) deductibility? Or perhaps an ambitious real estate investor, hungry to maximize your deductions and supercharge your profits? Then this class is your golden ticket to the world of tax wisdom! Join us for an exhilara…
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This episode: Andrew Vogler on fifteen years as a mixed veggie grower in the Fraser Valley, and why he and his business partner decided to wind down a farm operation that was succeeding. Got something to tell me? Are you a farmer or non-profit that wants to post something on the community bulliten board? Send a voice memo (preferred!) or written wo…
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In an unsettling time in American history, the outbreak of right-wing violence is among the most disturbing developments. In recent years, attacks originating from the far right of American politics have targeted religious and ethnic minorities, with a series of antigovernment militants, religious extremists, and lone-wolf mass shooters inspired by…
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A new kind of city park has emerged in the early twenty-first century. Postindustrial parks transform the derelict remnants of an urban past into distinctive public spaces that meld repurposed infrastructure, wild-looking green space, and landscape architecture. For their proponents, they present an opportunity to turn disused areas into neighborho…
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Welcome to another episode of New Books in Chinese Studies. Today, I will be talking to Columbia University professor Ying Qian about her new book, Revolutionary Becomings: Documentary Media in Twentieth-Century China (Columbia UP, 2023). The volume enriches our understanding of media’s role in China’s revolutionary history by turning to documentar…
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Energy is central to economic development, and access to energy is intrinsically linked to prosperity. As standards of living improve, energy use could double by the end of the century with a majority of this growth occurring in the developing world. Meeting this demand with zero-carbon, affordable energy is a herculean task. Powering economic grow…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Chris Cresswell (@crustcrustwell) of The Flatliners (@theflatliners) and more to discuss one of his major influences, Gob’s 1998 album How Far Shallow Takes You. Find out more about the path Gob paved for a generation of Canadian punks, what changed in…
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The Bible is chocked full of prayers that are ours for the taking! If you’ve found your prayer life as of lately is a bit stagnant or cool, then join us for part 2 of our 8 part series entitled: “Made New” as we explore the practice of praying scripture. Recommended Bible Engagement Resources: Bible Project: https://bibleproject.com Rightnow Media:…
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Today, Michael Acock speaks in the eighth message of a 10-week series as we walk through the book of Philippians. Today, we will be reading in Philippians 4:2-9. In Philippians, Paul is inviting us to: 1. Consider God’s activities and purposes in creation and salvation. 2. Reflect on God’s calling in our own lives. 3. Embrace a mindset that privile…
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Functional Obsolescence Unveiled: The Silent Value Killer in Real Estate Investments—and How to Defeat It! There's a often overlooked risk of investing in reale state: obsolescence. Whether we're focused on properties that are or will become functionally obsolete or drift directly into economic or physical obsolescence... these are real-world risks…
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The notion of beauty is inherently elusive: aesthetic judgments are at once subjective and felt to be universally valid. In Beauty Matters: Modern Japanese Literature and the Question of Aesthetics, 1890-1930 (Columbia UP, 2024), Anri Yasuda demonstrates that by exploring the often conflicting yet powerful pull of aesthetic sentiments, major author…
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On June 28, 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 40-year precedent established in the landmark 1984 case, Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council. The precedent, commonly referred to as the “Chevron Doctrine,” gave federal agencies considerable discretion to interpret laws passed by Congress when implementing regulations and policy. But w…
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Movements that take issue with conventional understandings of autism spectrum disorder, a developmental disability, have become increasingly visible. Drawing on more than three years of ethnographic fieldwork and interviews with participants, Dr. Catherine Tan investigates two autism-focused movements, shedding new light on how members contest expe…
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The COVID-19 pandemic left millions grieving their loved ones without the consolation of traditional ways of mourning. Patients were admitted to hospitals and never seen again. Social distancing often meant conventional funerals could not be held. Religious communities of all kinds were disrupted at the exact moment mourners turned to them for supp…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, Jake and Blake travel back to Blake’s most heartbroken shifts at the Cambridge Home Hardware and fire up Avril Lavigne’s 2003 debut Let Go. Armed with four massive singles one-through-four on the album, Let Go was a tour de force at the time and feels no less significant in retrospect. Find out more ab…
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How does reading a work of literature that is thousands of years old make people new? The Bible might be old in its origins, but it is making people new. Whether you are just exploring faith, new to the faith, or a seasoned follower of Jesus, you won’t want to miss this first teaching in our series “Made New” as we look at the practice of engaging …
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Today, Michael Acock speaks in the seventh message of a 10-week series as we walk through the book of Philippians. Today, we will be reading in Philippians 3:12-4:1. In Philippians, Paul is inviting us to: 1. Consider God’s activities and purposes in creation and salvation. 2. Reflect on God’s calling in our own lives. 3. Embrace a mindset that pri…
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Despite its persistence and viciousness, anti-Semitism remains undertheorized in comparison with other forms of racism and discrimination. How should anti-Semitism be defined? What are its underlying causes? Why do anti-Semites target Jews? In what ways has Judeophobia changed over time? What are the continuities and disconnects between mediaeval a…
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Around the turn of the millennium, Pentecostal churches began to pepper majority-Buddhist Sri Lanka, setting off a sense of alarm among Buddhists who saw Christianity as a neocolonial threat to the nation. Rumors of foul play in the death of a Buddhist monk, as well as allegations of proselytizing in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami and during the…
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How to Analyze an All-Cash Rental Property Purchase Deal analysis is important. Learning how to analyze deals is a critical skill for all real estate investors, whether you're financing 100% of the purchase or buying a property without a loan at all and paying all cash. In this class, we will look at how deal analysis changes when you plan to buy a…
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Half a century ago, deindustrialization gutted blue-collar jobs in the American Midwest. But today, these places are not ghost towns. People still call these communities home, even as they struggle with unemployment, poverty, and other social and economic crises. Why do people remain in declining areas through difficult circumstances? What do their…
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On the surface of the Sun, spots appear and fade in a predictable cycle, like a great clock in the sky. In medieval Russia, China, and Korea, monks and court astronomers recorded the appearance of these dark shapes, interpreting them as omens of things to come. In Western Europe, by contrast, where a cosmology originating with Aristotle prevailed, …
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Throughout the world, climate change is influencing human mobility. In a 2022 report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change found that devastating floods and storms have triggered the displacement of 20 million people per year since 2008. While migration is influenced by many factors, including socio-economic status and political stability,…
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The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life - the words you speak, the ideas you share - can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We'll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we'll show you how our history affected them, t…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy crown Sum 41’s 2001 album All Killer No Filler a Canadian musical landmark. That’s like a Canadian Heritage Minute, but it just plays every commercial break on Much Loud for eternity. Maybe a statue in Ajax, too. Find out more about how Sum 41 broke through outside …
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Feeling rushed and exhausted all the time? Is that the "life and life to the full" Jesus talked about in John 10:10, or is there a better way? Join us for our summer teaching series entitled “Made New" as we explore some of the practices of following Jesus that have the potential to make us into new people from the inside out.…
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Today, Michael Acock speaks in the sixth message of a 10-week series as we walk through the book of Philippians. Today, we will be reading in Philippians 3:1-11. In Philippians, Paul is inviting us to: 1. Consider God’s activities and purposes in creation and salvation. 2. Reflect on God’s calling in our own lives. 3. Embrace a mindset that privile…
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In Jerusalem, as World War II was coming to an end, an extraordinary circle of friends began to meet at the bar of the King David Hotel. This group of aspiring artists, writers, and intellectuals—among them Wolfgang Hildesheimer, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, Sally Kassab, Walid Khalidi, and Rasha Salam, some of whom would go on to become acclaimed authors,…
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How Return on Investment Changes Based on Credit Score With PMI Does your credit score really matter when you're buying rental properties? Sure, your credit score impacts the mortgage interest rate you can get with traditional mortgages. And yes, your credit score affects how much private mortgage insurance (PMI) will cost. Your credit score can al…
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