Category: Alumni

Phillips finds path with help of Career Services

As a museum interpreter at Fort Osage in Missouri, Joey Phillips ’18 played the part of an 1800s soldier, but despite his appearance, he wasn’t just an expert in 19th-century technology. Behind the scenes, Phillips was the museum’s informal computer tech specialist, often called on by staff members to solve their computer issues.

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A legacy of uniqueness

Sidney Larson, former chair of the Columbia College Art Department, once praised the institution for providing “unique satisfactions.” The year was 1968 and a lot has changed since then, yet the faculty’s approach to providing a unique experience for its art students lives on.

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Running, The Store

Together as high-schoolers, Lindsey Martin Andrews ’14 and Jordan Andrews ’15 harbored dreams of someday opening up a running store. Less than 10 years, a pair of cross-country moves, a marriage and a daughter later, their dreams have come true.

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