The state budget this year plans reductions of $1.2 billion for schools. The New York Times reports that hundreds of teachers and librarians will be fired.
There is a book to be written about the behavior of cultural producers after September 11. It will be an inventory of grotesques as lugubrious, moralizing and overlong as anything in Solzhenitsyn.
You are soaking in the whirlpool tub at the Comfort Inn, Atlantic City, New Jersey. You are reading Soloviev's monograph on Plato, on the five varieties of Eros, including divine androgyny and the "satanic abyss." Soloviev reveals that even Plato ended terribly. It is time to gamble.
I want everyone who reads this to donate to the Columbia College Senior Class Fund.
When the introduction of a half-dozen complimentary six-foot subs from Milano Market into the Schapiro Hall lounge created a natural setting for a symposium, Spectator film critics Ben Letzler and Franklin Laviola lost track of time and soon realized it would be impossible to catch our screening
Spectator's suspended production gives me a rare chance to cheat: I can review All About The Benjamins, the new "action-comedy" starring Ice Cube and Mike Epps, after having read the competition.
Along with the various other positions The New York Times has taken over the years, they may now be anti-Stratfordian. That is, they do not believe that Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare.
An outsider arrives in a venal and corrupt society. Denigrated and excluded, he
rises up in righteous anger to proclaim his own humane values, and by dint of
an eloquent tongue, a stout heart, and a bounty of strong-jawed masculinity, he
Peking opera (jingju or jingxi, "theater of the capital,") is usually said to have been born in 1790, when the Sanqing drama troupe first brought its innovative art to the grand festivities in Beijing for the 80th birthday of the Qianlong emperor.
Jun 10, 11:27pm
Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
Jun 8, 2:43pm
In case you needed yet another reason to get back to campus this fall, the student filmmakers of For Dad Films — a new filmmaking group on campus — have... Read More
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