On Wednesday, Charlie Bonkowsky attended “Decoding Dark Matter with Stellar Streams from Beyond the Milky Way,” a colloquium presented by Dr. Sarah Pearson, a Hubble Fellow at NYU.
Get wild! Make art!
On Wednesday, Charlie Bonkowsky attended “Dwarf Galaxy Archaeology with the Rapid Neutron-capture Process,” a colloquium presented by Dr. Alex Ji of the University of Chicago.
A hot-seat trial-by-fire for the new Dean.
Oh, what might have been…
Returned to Low Library after years outside, this rare glimpse into the elusive event space as finals rush towards us like an oncoming train was a sight to behold. Or just a chance for university-affiliated groups to hock their merch and clear out hot chocolate. You decide.
Because sportsball is cool once every four years!
On Saturday, Charlie Bonkowsky attended KCST’s performance of Henry IV, Parts One and Two, in the Lerner Blackbox Theater.
What happens when you stumble by accident into Columbia’s best-kept secrets?
On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended two talks at the Astronomy Department: on binary star systems and their evolution, by Katelyn Breivik, and on high-energy black hole flares, by Bart Ripperda.
In an email today, Columbia College released new guidance for COVID-19 protocols, most notably the end of mandatory classroom masking starting October 1.
For the final event of the World Leader’s Forum, Chilean President Gabriel Boric discussed his rise to the presidency, the recent Chilean constitutional referendum, and the role and responsibilities of the Left in Latin America, in a conversation moderated by Maria Victoria Murillo.
On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended the colloquium “Moving Closer to a Detection of nHz-frequency Gravitational Waves with NANOGrav,” by Scott Ransom, a founder of the NANOGrav project.
They’re free*! They’re healthy**! They’re nourishing***! And best of all, they’re easily available on campus!
On Thursday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended a performance of We Don’t Own The Rights To Any Of This by Noa Rui-Pinn Weiss and Miranda Brown at Barnard’s Movement Lab.
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