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July 2017 upcoming events for CUAAJ

This is the list of upcoming event for July 2017 and afterContact us on further details: info.CUAAJ@gmail.comVisit our facebook page: Columbia University Alumni Association of Japanhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/61887239868/ CUAAJ (Columbia University Alumni Club of Japan) Event13-Jul CUAAJ/CBSC... Read more

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News from TC: TC Spotlight Volume 1 Issue 4 and 5 published

Introducing TC alumni in Japan. The fourth issue of TC Spotlight features TC Japan alumni Michael Chartier of group 23 now coming at us from his new home of Dusseldorf, Germany!    The fifth issue of TC Spotlight featuring TC Japan alumni Reiko Takeda of group 24. It follows her path to and from ... Read more

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CUAAJ Event result : April 9, 2017, family event, Professional Basket Ball game with KJ (CC '09)

CUAAJ members joined together to have this family event on April 9 (Sun), to enjoy professional basketball game. We cheered two Columbia alumnus, KJ Matsui and Seaun Eddy who play for Tokyo Alvark.  Alvark got an victory over Sendai 89ers and KJ got an game MVP.More than 30 alumni enjoyed the gam... Read more

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Speech by Mr. James S. Kunen, author of “The Strawberry Statement” On July 29 (Sat) from 18:00PM @ Aux Bacchanales

Sat, Jul 29 at 06:00 PM
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Welcome to the Columbia University Alumni Association of Japan (CUAAJ) !

The CUAAJ is the alumni association for Columbia University in Japan, founded in 1961 and currently consists of over 1000 members from undergraduate as well as graduate schools. 

We bring together local and visiting alumni from any Columbia University schools through events that range from networking, lectures, to family outings and recruitment activities.  In order to cater to the diverse alumni community in Japan, some events we host are in Japanese only, while others are multilingual.    

Please join us to become a part of the growing community of Columbia alumni in Japan. 

 

 

 

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