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Student Event Spotlight
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- On Wednesday from 5 to 7 pm, there will be a talk with Eula Bliss about her new book Having and Being Had, an exploration of how capitalism affects our lives and value systems. This event is apart of the Narrative Medicine Rounds series hosted by the Division of Narrative Medicine in the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. You can register for the event here.
- Also on Wednesday from 5 pm to 6:30 pm, Columbia Journalism School and the Center for Public Integrity will be hosting a panel discussion about how disasters and their aftermaths challenge mental health by exploring the intersections between social inequality and disasters. The event will touch on the combined impact of COVID-19 and extreme weather ravaging the country and world. You can register for the event here.
- Also on Wednesday (the last one, I promise) at 7:30 pm, Columbia University School of the Arts will be hosting a lecture with Catherine Lacey, a 2010 graduate of Columbia’s Creative Nonfiction MFA Program and author of three novels. You can register for the event here.
- Lastly, on Friday from 12 pm to 1 pm, there will be an event with Sally Herships, award-winning journalist and director of the audio program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, titled “Podcast Essentials: How to Write for the Ear.” The workshop will help participants adapt to writing for the ear as opposed to writing an academic paper. You can register for the event here.
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