Last Wednesday, Staff Writer Amélie Acevedo attended an eye-opening conversation regarding the use of meditation and mindfulness as a means of breaking down social and emotional barriers. The event, entitled “Mindfulness, Emotional Segregation and Connecting Across Difference,” was held by Professor Kathryn Judge. It is a part of the Dialogue Across Difference Initiative and was […]
Barnard Zine’s Library taught us that journaling in all its forms can be a deeply personal and important ritual.
This Friday, students and alumni gathered in Low Rotunda to attend the final event of this year’s World Leaders Forum. The event featured President Santiago Peña Palacios, who assumed office a month ago as a member of Paraguay’s conservative Colorado Party. Peña gave a short speech, then sat down for a Q&A session facilitated by […]
This Monday, Events Editor Alison Hog attended the first of Columbia’s World Leaders Forum events: a conversation with President Abinader Corona, the president of the Dominican Republic.
On April 26, 2023, Staff Writer Maya Reisner virtually attended the 24th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum.
Staff Writer Emily Yi attended CU Asian Pacific American Heritage Month’s opening ceremony on Friday, April 14, featuring Jayani (Max Patel) and RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Raja Gemini.
On Thursday, Senior Staff Writer Meeral Tashfeen attended a panel hosted by the Heyman Center on the newest book of Professor James Stafford, The Case of Ireland: Commerce, Empire, and the European Order, 1750-1848.
A panel of Moscow correspondents discussed their experiences and opinions on covering Russia under media oppression and Soviet rule, and how these policies affect Russia’s present-day situation.
Last Wednesday, April 20, Columbia’s Deutsches Haus hosted a reading and discussion about The Magician: A Novel with author Colm Tóibín and a panel of professors and writers.
On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charles Bonkowsky attended Angelo Caglioti’s lecture, Science and Fascism, or Fascist Science? Meteorology, Empire, and anti-Semitism in Fascist Italy through Columbia’s Center for Science and Society.
On December 2, Illustrator Ava Morouse attended an online panel titled “HIV & COVID-19: When Pandemics Collide.” Presented by the ICAP Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, the panel was a part of Mailman’s Centennial Distinguished Speakers Series and honored both Mailman’s centennial as well as World AIDS Day.
Graduate School of Journalism Director Jane Eisner and the Museum of Jewish Heritage interviewed author and journalist Met Laytner about his new book.