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A. cum laude. The following year he studied journalism at Columbia, and, in June 1925, received a B. Litt. ("cum grano salis," he once quipped). 34 During his Columbia years, Solow was a tall, slender, slightly stooped, reddish-haired youth with bored brown eyes, who talked with a drawl. He befriended Whittaker Chambers during his freshman year, worked on the college paper Spectator, and belonged to a circle of precocious Jewish students. One of Solow's teachers, Mark Van Doren, provided a portrait of Solow in "Jewish Students I Have Known," a 1927 article for the Menorah Journal.
While Solow's brilliance was well known in the New York intellectual community and he had held good jobs, Clark recalled that he consciously rejected a life of security, was lean and ravagedlooking, went years without buying a new suit, and lived in borrowed apartments and wretched abodes during the 1930s. 39 Solow's experience with the Menorah Journal was crucial in shaping his outlook, as it was for the entire coterie who came under Cohen's influence. From his early youth Solow had taken no particular interest in his Jewish origin.
In 1933 Davis visited the Soviet Union with Girschick, and on his return trip to the United States he met with Trotsky in Prinkipo, where he proposed that a magazine sympathetic to the Left Opposition be initiated in the United States. 38 The following year he and ElsaRuth were married. C. He asked Rorty to stop by the NCDPP office in the same building that housed the International Labor Defense offices at the corner of Broadway and 10th Street. Rorty was at once struck by Cohen's appearance: "[T]he heavy melancholy of the long Greco-like facial mask .