Reforming student collaboration in senate meetings would allow for more openness in the proceedings.
Democratic participation is lacking at Columbia, and the fault lies with the senate, not the students.
Barnard's theater department presented an experimental play written and directed by Barnard lecturer Rinde Eckert.
Check out highlights from Broadway's upcoming season.
Cosponsored by the School of the Arts, the Heyman Center for the Humanities, and the Center for Palestine Studies, the staged reading of Ismail Khalidi's "Tennis in Nablus" delivered a potent, punchy critique of imperialist policies toward the Middle East and presented a touching tale of Palestinians’ attempts at resistance and reclamation.
Despite its efforts, "Birthday Triage" doesn't connect with audience or boast a strong script.
New play remains abstract and fascinating while exploring the complex themes of violation and victimization.
The stars of “Inadmissible” bring strong performances and a wonderful script to a complicated yet familiar process for Columbia students: university admissions.
Director Shannon Fillion's 'As You Like It' draws viewers in with its compelling cast, unique score, and interactive use of the theater space.
"Iphigenia at Aulis," performed on Sunday, Nov. 13 at Miller Theatre, brings Lit Hum to life in a staged reading, followed by a panel discussion.
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