The Barnard Zine Library hosted a workshop Friday, exploring themes of health, science, gender, and sexuality in zines.
Astrophysics has long been regarded as the coolest of the hard sciences. Space. The Moon. Mars. Extraplanetary life. Equal parts mind-boggling and mesmerizing.
In a panel hosted by the Columbia Climate School, a group of Indigenous climate activists examined the presence of Indigenous voices in discussions surrounding climate change.
On Wednesday, February 2, Deputy Events Editor Ava Slocum attended “Babylonian Modes of Thought and the Scientific Imagination,” the latest installment in SIPA’s weekly “Food for Thought” lecture series.
Welcome back to Science Fair—the last one by this particular Science Editor! You’ll be in good hands next week, but until then, check out these choice science events happening on campus. As always, email email@example.com if you want to feature your event.
Columbia University health officials held a forum to update faculty, researchers, and staff on the status of the pandemic, as well as the Omicron variant and guidelines for travel during the holiday season.