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Morningside Lights Returns With “Secret Gardens” Theme

Morningside Lights is back! The annual procession of handmade torches continues in its sixth year with a “Secret Gardens” theme. For the uninitiated, Morningside Lights is a week-long project headed up by the Arts Initiative, and by Processional Arts Workshop. Members of the community are invited to sixteen different free workshops over the course of the […]

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Where Art Thou: Morningside Love

New York City is packed with amazing culture and inspiring art, but sometimes it’s difficult to break the Morningside-bubble and experience it all first-hand. “Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined on campus. On campus:  This Friday, the Maison Française is hosting The Hear and […]

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It’s Morningside Lights Season!

This year is the fifth annual Morningside Lights Procession! Every year, community members gather and create lanterns inspired by poetry written by Pulitzer Prize winners. The workshop sessions are free, and have been taking place every day since Saturday the 17th, and will continue until this Friday, the 23rd. All materials will be provided, and […]

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Big Lights, Big City

Every September since 2012, the Processional Arts Workshop has orchestrated an annual event known as Morningside Lights, and this year the procession returned to the Columbia campus. Staff Writer Phoebe Newton scoped out the scene for us this Saturday night, to see if it truly was, as they say, lit. Many Columbia University students argue that […]

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Bwog’s Attempt To Create Art For Morningside Lights

Bwog sent two of its artistically inclined  daily editors to check out the scene at Morningside Lights, a community arts festival. Check out their stunning lantern interpretation of the broadway sheep, and their experiences with additive light! Bwog ventured into the land of the artistic on Friday in celebration of the Morningside Lights Festival. Upon walking into […]

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The Luminous Deep Takes Over Morningside Park

Last night you may have heard some strange, watery noises and glimpsed a mysterious parade of lanterns. Bwog sent Bioluminescence Buff Maud Rozee to check it out. Usually when you think about Morningside Park at night you’re reading a security alert from Public Safety. Or you’re imagining hanging out with all the feral cats that […]

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Where Art Thou?

You’ve settled into your classes and routine, so now it’s finally time to get out and do those artsy things that Columbia boasted about on your info tour. Come, dip your toes into the sea of culture with the aquatic Arts Editor, Alex Katz… Ongoing Say Cheese! Portraits to Pics at the Brooklyn Historical Society. […]

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