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Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Breaking News: Amid ongoing border dispute, government bans 118 Chinese apps, including Pubji

Breaking News: Amid ongoing border dispute, government bans 118 Chinese apps, including Pubji

Amid a border dispute with China, the Indian government has banned 118 Chinese apps, including Pubji. The Indian app was also banned by the Indian government after a violent clash in the Galwan Valley on June 15.
The Columbia College community is saddened by the death of James V. Mirollo, the Parr Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature. Mirollo, a stalwart supporter of the College and the Core Curriculum, died on August 21, 2020. He was 92 and lived in New York City.
Born on August 5, 1928, Mirollo earned a Ph.D. at GSAS in 1961 and joined the Columbia faculty in 1967. A scholar of European Renaissance and Baroque literature and art, he taught generations of alumni in Lit Hum and the Nobility and Civility Colloquium. Mirollo also helped found and taught in the Friends of the Heyman Center Alumni/ae Seminars. He was presented a Great Teacher Award in 1988 and the Mark Van Doren Award for Teaching in 1995, and was the co-recipient of the first award for Distinguished Service to the Core Curriculum, with J.W. Smit, in 1993.

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