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Live at Lerner Presents Pitch Perfect

Tonight the initiative that brings you tons of free food, live music and other fun events around campus, Live at Lerner, opens its Fall season with a screening of Pitch Perfect tonight at 8 pm on Ancel Plaza. For those of you who aren’t hip with the a capella kids, Pitch Perfect stars one of […]

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Free Screening of Girl Rising Tonight

Tonight at 8 pm in Hamilton 717, Her Campus Barnard and Columbia University’s Amnesty International are hosting a screening of the new award-winning documentary Girl Rising. There will be “snacks“. A discussion of the film’s themes and emotional impact will follow. About the film: The movie tells the stories of nine girls from different parts […]

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GendeRevolution Wants To Take You To Dinner And A Movie

GendeRevolution is the group to thank for this publicized map of the gender-neutral restrooms on Columbia’s campus. Tonight, they’re treating you to some classic free food (it includes cheese and fruit platters so points on classiness) in Lerner 555 at 7:30 pm. As for the film portion of the date, they’ll be screening Toilet Training, […]

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