Featuring mealworms, hauntings, and social critique of plastic production.
On Friday, November 11, Latin Grammy-nominated world music/jazz fusion band Afro-Andean Funk and Columbia’s Dr. Renzo Aroni led a workshop and performance, sponsored and supported by the Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, about the preservation of the Quechua language and culture through their music.
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 […]
On Thursday, October 27, Columbia Pride hosted queer historian and author John D’Emilio (CC ’70, GSAS ’74, ’82) for an AlumniTALK on his new memoir: Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties.
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 […]
Antigone, produced by Columbia’s King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe, ran the weekend of October 28th and was a marvelous demonstration of the pure talent on Barnumbia’s campus.
Staff Writer Rachel Suleymanov attended a discussion and screening of Alejandro Iñárritu’s new film Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths at the Lenfest Center of the Arts yesterday.
Staff writer Sydney Wells attended the first in-person installment of the Bettman Lecture Series since 2019, featuring Dr. Laura Filloy Nadal from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Staff Writers Isa RingswaldEgan and Phoebe Mulder attended the opening night of the Pirandello Project. Editor’s warning: mentions of suicide.
On Thursday, October 20, Atlantic Staff Writer Caitlin Dickerson spoke at Pulitzer Hall in conversation with Daniel Alarcón. Her cover story, An American Catastrophe, investigates family separation during the Trump administration.