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CU Wind Ensemble Presents: The Festival Of Winds

Starting from 2:05 pm today, the Columbia University Wind Ensemble will host its 9th annual Columbia Festival of Winds in Roone Arledge Auditorium! The Festival is a day-long event that “brings together wind bands from greater NYC area for a collaborative celebration of the unique musical form of wind band music”. Tickets are available on the Columbia Arts […]

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Political Theatre at Its Finest

On Thursday, October 4th, CU School of Arts held a staged play reading of Tennis in Nablus, a profound piece on Palestinian identity by playwright and poet, Ismail Khalidi. Bwog’s congenial cosmopolitan, Rae Binstock, savored this masterpiece at Miller Theater. Today, Palestine is a word that has no reflection in the mirror. A Palestinian passport is recognized by […]

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