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“” a perennial holiday favorite now in its second decade on our air. Hosted by Murray Horwitz and Susan Stamberg. Senator Eugene McCarthy includes audio tape from his 1968 campaign and oral history interviews that have not been broadcast before. The Internet you find what you looking for, but sometimes the most exciting information is what you not looking for, the things we find serendipitously, says Jackson, who has taught at Columbia since 1968 and whose of the City of New York course each fall includes an all night bicycle ride from Columbia to Brooklyn. You turn the pages of the encyclopedia you almost always find something that you were not looking for, but that turns out to be interesting. New edition, he says, includes hundreds of new entries that reflect a changed New York over the past 15 years.

“The transition was harder than I thought it would be,” said Kathleen Chiarantona (SW’12), 28, an Air Force captain. “It was difficult to leave my unit, and the support I received from Columbia was invaluable.” Chiarantona, who considers her new career as a social worker an extension of her service to the country, will be working for a federal program aimed at strengthening American families. Military Veterans of Columbia University, known as Milvets, founded by a group of student veterans in 2002.

No matter who you are or where you’re from, learning about the people and events that formed the United States can be a valuable experience for you and your family. Today you can visit, and even stay at, some of the great plantation homes that survived the Civil War. You can get a taste of what plantation life was like, not only for the landowners and their families, but also for the slaves whose imprint is still on the land and buildings.

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