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The event featured remarks from President Lee C. Bollinger and Wafaa El-Sadr, executive vice president of Columbia Global.

Peatlands cover about 3% of the Earth’s terrestrial surface and hold nearly one third of the carbon in the planet’s soil.

Peruvian journalist Sonia Goldenberg (JRN’80) is a documentary filmmaker and is also a columnist at The New York Times.

How does the personal library of a renowned academic and intellectual end up in the trash?

Dignitaries, government officials, academics, alumni and friends of the Center attended the event at the US Ambassador’s residence.

The lawyer and professor was acknowledged for his contribution to Chilean society both from the private sector and as a public servant.

Club president Alex Sideman (CBS’17) reviewed highlights of the year and proposed new initiatives to consider for 2023.

Columbia Law School, with alumni Karen Werner (LLM’17) and Diego Navarrete (LLM’18), held an information session about Columbia’s LLM programs.

The Columbia Business School Alumni Club of Chile held an event to welcome for incoming MBA students who start at Columbia in 2023.

In conjunction with the Columbia Alumni Association in Peru, the Santiago Center hosted a successful event that attracted more than 40 alumni.

The story of how 100 years ago, Gabriela Mistral's first book, "Desolación," was published by Columbia's Instituto de las Españas.

While in the country, Stiglitz analyzed the flaws of neoliberalism and proposed "progressive capitalism" as an alternative.