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Columbia digs dinosaurs

Columbia digs dinosaurs

September 26, 2019

Imagine digging knee-deep through layers of soil and sediment just to find an object that may or may not be a prehistoric rock. That pressure, combined with the desert heat, can push any Columbia studen...

SUE to be dethroned by ‘titan’ of evolution

SUE to be dethroned by ‘titan’ of evolution

September 11, 2017

To some fans’ dismay and others’ excitement, the Field Museum of Natural History announced Aug. 30 that it will relocate iconic Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil SUE from Stanley Field Hall to her own 5,80...

SUE reveals answers millions of years after death

SUE reveals answers millions of years after death

October 17, 2016

SUE, the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever found, had her right arm removed Oct. 6 to help scientists discover more about what T. rex’s arms were used for, and why they were so small.Carmen...

Honors program digs up opportunity

Honors program digs up opportunity

February 16, 2015

Seven Columbia students will have the opportunity to spend their summer break collecting fossils and camping under the stars at Petrified Forest National Park in Northeastern Arizona.  The Honors Program anno...

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