Author: Zila Acosta

On Growth and Transformations

Anyone who has met me knows that I bleed blue. I went to Columbia College and come from a Columbia family. I’ve been going to homecoming for as long as I can remember and there are pictures of me with a Columbia pennant above my crib. Having been exposed to Columbia and told what an amazing institution it is for years, I came into my freshman year of college with high expectations. I expected that college would be my time to become an adult, figure out exactly what I want to do, and transform into a […]

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CLS Student Ombuds Program to Increase Responsiveness to Student Complaints

When you have a problem, who do you turn to? At what point would you deem a problem “serious enough” to inform administrators? How many times have you had a complaint or grievance but never brought that issue to the administration? In the Spring 2013 CLS Student Senate Survey, students criticized the Law School’s responsiveness to student complaints and problems. Within the survey, students disclosed multiple issues that affected their experience at CLS. Many students noted that they were revealing these issues for the first time and had never before brought these issues to the attention of the administration....

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Gravity’s Rainbow: A Remembrance of Jackson Alberts, CLS ‘15

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