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On Wednesday, May 4, soprano Nadine Sierra spoke at Barnard College, where she was joined in conversation by Columbia professor Deborah Paredez. Events Editor Ava Slocum attended their discussion about Sierra’s life, career, and titular role in the Metropolitan Opera’s new modern setting of Lucia di Lammermoor.

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Welcome to the last week of school (and our last EEOC of the semester)! If you’re not too busy finishing up finals, celebrate the semester’s end with the cool events happening on campus this week.

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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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As the semester winds down, come to some interesting on-campus events this week! Or take a step back to breathe and relax before finals (a very good choice).

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Last Wednesday, April 20, Columbia’s Deutsches Haus hosted a reading and discussion about The Magician: A Novel with author Colm Tóibín and a panel of professors and writers.

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This week’s events highlight the personal experiences of Columbia community members past and present.

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The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the planet is warming. Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with some climate-awareness and activism events!

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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.

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The Sixth Annual Alumni Poetry Reading Series occurred in Dodge 501 on Wednesday afternoon.

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On Friday, Staff Writer Charles Bonkowsky attended CU Blueshift’s annual Arts & Astro showcase in the Astronomy Library at Pupin Hall.

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The University Life Events Council showcased eight unique student filmmakers last night at their CU Film Showcase.

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Rain is on the forecast for this first week of April, so stay warm and dry with some cozy on-campus events!

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On Thursday, the Zip Code Memory Project hosted its second installment of Reparative Memory, its virtual artists’ roundtable discussing public art installations as a praxis of grief, collective healing, and remembrance.

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This week, the Institute for the Study of Human Rights hosted Christian De Vos to discuss his extensive career in human rights law.

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