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This site is not longer being developed or maintained, but was part of a series of early and experimental online learning projects. Material here continues at present to be available to members of the Columbia community, but there may be some segments of the site that no longer work as initially intended.

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World Leaders Forum at Columbia University
Each fall during the United Nations General Assembly, Columbia University serves as a center for public debate, welcoming world leaders to its campus for a series of public lectures, roundtables, and special events.
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In the Balance
In the Balance, a new television series produced by the Fred Friendly Seminars, premiers September 2005 on PBS and explores the moral and logistical challenges raised by terrorism.
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Virtual Campus Tour
The recently revamped Virtual Campus Tour includes new photography, photo retouching, greater cross-browser compatibility, and a more user-friendly interface.
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