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The son of a Canadian lacrosse legend, the game was always in Grant’s blood. St. Peter High School (Ontario) didn’t have a field lacrosse program, so Grant brought in the Gait brothers’ VHS tape “The Secret of Our Success” to convince the administration to sponsor the team, then begged his hockey coach to supervise..
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“We are extremely fortunate that Peter Holland will continue and further expand his leadership that has been essential to the University’s financial strength for more than a decade,” said Columbia President Lee C. Bollinger. “Peter is a key architect of our Investment Management Company’s very strong long term performance, more than doubling the size of our endowment since 2003 and, equally important, ensuring that the university has been well positioned to withstand economic downturns over this turbulent period.”.