On Thursday, April 14, Marianne Williamson addressed a lecture hall packed with Columbia University students. Covering topics from capitalism to Christ and psychic health to sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll, Williamson dazzled the crowd with her unique outlook and powerful personal presence.
The Columbia University Players are running their annual One Act Festival this weekend and one thing is for sure: I won’t be forgetting this showcase anytime soon.
The University Life Events Council showcased eight unique student filmmakers last night at their CU Film Showcase.
On Monday, The Center for Science and Society tackled the topic weighing on everyone’s minds: Dust.
When I Consider Everything That Grew, written by Talia Hankin, CC ‘22, and directed by Camilla Cox, CC ‘22, was put on for just two days last week by NOMADS. Despite that, the play, starring Taylor Richardson, GS ‘25, and Elias Wachtel, CC ‘25, will remain relevant far beyond for its poignant questioning of what […]
A portly microbiologist, a starving child-laborer, and a mono-pedal Santa impersonator walk into a party. But this isn’t a bad joke. It’s the inciting incident for Celebration, a 2019 black comedy set and filmed—and then banned—in Russia.
While graphic novels are often viewed in popular culture as a juvenile form of media, the discussion panel Violence, Politics, and the Graphic Novel highlights the extraordinary power they have for communicating complex and uncomfortable realities to a wider audience.
If you were among the select few lucky enough to score a ticket to any of the three sold-out showings of King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe’s Macbeth, directed by Madeleine George, BC ’23, you know what all the hype is about. If not, you’ll have to read on to see what you missed.
It all started with an art project. Now, Gianna Deveney (BC ‘25), is banned from college housing, putting the rest of her academic career at the institution in jeopardy.
In a pure proclamation of the poetic process, Milstein’s Movement Lab hosted a poetry reading and open-mic night this Thursday. With guest performer and former NYC Youth Poet Laureate Ramya Ramana leading the event, Bwog beginner Marino Bubba got more than he bargained for in this display of artistry, intimacy, and growth.
Realizing you’re wasting your money on a useless education from a corrupt institution? Here’s how that money could be better spent.