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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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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.

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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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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.

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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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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.

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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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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.

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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.

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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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Staff Writers Isa RingswaldEgan and Phoebe Mulder attended the opening night of the Pirandello Project. Editor’s warning: mentions of suicide.

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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.

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