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Staying on campus for Thanksgiving week? Enjoy your break with some fun Columbia-sponsored events to keep you busy when classes are out!

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It’s getting chilly outside, so stay cozy with some indoor events (and some holiday lights and a stargazing night) on campus this week!

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On Thursday, November 3, Vice President Kamala Harris, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer, and several New York state legislators spoke at a Get Out the Vote rally at Barnard College in support of New York Governor Kathy Hochul’s re-election campaign. The event, hosted by the Columbia Democrats, took place in Barnard’s Diana Center Event Oval, which […]

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SEAS student Norris Pride passed away over the weekend, according to an email that Shih-Fu Chang, Dean of Columbia Engineering, sent to the Columbia community this morning.

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On Friday, October 28, the Columbia Undergraduate Law Review (CULR) hosted Columbia Law School Professor Ting Ting Cheng, director of the Equal Rights Amendment project at Columbia Law School, for a conversation about the history of the ERA movement and the potential of ERAs for individual states. Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the discussion (which […]

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This first week of November is an exciting one for Barnumbia! Go hear Hillary Clinton and Governor Kathy Hochul speak at the Women’s Rally at Barnard on Thursday!

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Celebrate pre-Halloween week by painting a pumpkin! Or take a break from classes and midterms (ugh) with this week’s on-campus events!

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On Saturday, October 15, Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the Lenfest Center for the Arts’s production of Orlando, Sarah Ruhl’s theatrical adaptation of the Virginia Woolf novel. The Lenfest Center’s production was an MFA acting thesis, featuring six members of Columbia School of the Arts’s 2023 graduating class.

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It may be getting chilly outside… but you can still celebrate fall with a walking tour or a Fun Run around Morningside Heights this week!

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Migration and gender politics is the theme for this week’s EEOC, featuring events centered on gender, sexuality, and movement through places and times.

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Interested in energy policy? Bulgarian novels? Brazilian politics? Then this week’s events roundup may be for you!

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On Wednesday, September 21, former Belarusian presidential candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya spoke about her efforts to advocate for fair elections in Belarus and promote democracy in Ukraine.

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EEOC goes global for this week’s very special edition, featuring events from Columbia’s 2022 World Leaders Forum!

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Last Sunday, Bwog Illustrator Eli Reville and Events Editor Ava Slocum attended WKCR’s Fall Welcome Concert and BBQ! The event, held in Roone Auditorium, featured live music and DJs from Columbia’s own radio station.

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