News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SUNDAY 1-4 pm FURNALD AND JOHN JAY LOUNGES Featuring Delta Society therapy dogs, Stressbusters back rubs, Columbia Art of Living Yoga, crafts, hot chocolate with marshmallows, and smiling people Presented by The Puppy Coalition and the Student Wellness Project Sponsored by Community Development and Res Programs Pups courtesy of Static416’s flickr (it was a toss-up […]
Huzzah! Miller Theatre has just announced a concert on Sunday, March 27 to raise money for relief efforts in Japan. The benefit, curated by New Music scenester John Zorn, features Sonic Youth, Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, Cibo Matto, and many others the bill describes as “innovative artists at the intersection of indie rock, contemporary jazz, and avant-garde […]
Asenso Ampim, CC’11, has produced a song addressing the inevitable post-finals decision: “EC, Heights, or Campo?” [audio:2011/03/ec-heights-or-campo.mp3] Try not to let it get stuck in your head until after you finish that last exam. You can download the mp3 here.
Photo via Book of Face A capella groups are to college as semi-nude, older gentlemen are to Dodge on the weekends; they’re unavoidable, ostentatious, and often unwelcome. Among the multitudinous a capella groups on campus, many are better known for their provocative recruitment posters than their performances. Every once in a while, however, a group […]