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Blue Shift’s Arts & Astros Announcement

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Blue Shift, Columbia’s undergraduate astronomy club with a shared proclaimed interest in astronomy and astrophysics, is hosting the Arts & Astros events from 4:30 to 6:30 PM in the Broadway Room at Lerner Hall today and providing snacks. No knowledge of either topic is necessary for attendance. Bring along your friends who commonly confuse astronomy and astrology to this event – you can’t lose!

Some highlights for this event include Black Holes & A Response to Hammond: An Essay on the Nature of Black Queer Femme Sexuality with Amani Garvin and Real Astrology with Moiya McTier.

The astros via Public Domain Pictures

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Where is it?

    1. Idris O'Neill says:

      @Idris O'Neill Just updated! It’s the Broadway Room at Lerner.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Also, see the Columbia Space Initiative’s Spaceposium in the Satow Room from 3-6!

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