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On Sunday, April 14, News Editor Emma Burris and Staff Writer Viviana Pereyo went to the Lenfest Center matinee show of Timmy, a stunning new play written by visionary Columbia Playwriting MFA student Megan Rivkin.

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To celebrate Leap Day, Managing Editor Alison Hog attended a syllabus zine making workshop at the Barnard Zine Library, discovering that learning never ends.

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Don’t worry. They found it. Editor’s warning: Mentions of sexual violence.

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The Shakespeare Festival presented a thrilling Take Two of Shakespeare. 

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TattooHop!

Barnumbia has cool style sometimes.

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Shortforms

Bwinktober Week One

Inspired by Inktober veteran Audrey Czarnecki, Bwoggers have been drawing every day!

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Calling all artists and class doodlers!

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Staff Writer Hannah Keyes attended a presentation on the MCNY exhibition, “City of Faith: Religion, Activism, and Urban Space,” by curator Azra Dawood and a following conversation between Dawood and professor Najam Haider.  

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Joshua Cohen On Stories

Staff writer Sofia Montagna attended an event from the Creative Writing Lecture Series in which renowned author Joshua Cohen offered students his advice on creative writing.

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On Friday, February 3 the Columbia University Performing Arts League put on a one night only performance of The List in Barnard’s Glicker-Milstein Theater. Editor’s note: Mentions of suicide.

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Columbia and New York City are packed with amazing culture and inspiring art, and there’s never been a better time to experience it first-hand. “Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined.

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On Friday, Staff Writer Manny Gonzalez attended a semesterly tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art based around the Literature Humanities syllabus; the event is offered by Columbia’s Department of Art History.

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