Since she started volunteering with the Upper West Side Streets Renaissance campaign when it launched in 2007, Lisa Sladkus has become the face of the pro-bike and pro-pedestrian movement in the neighborhood.
CUarts underwent significant restructuring after a "Save the Arts Initiative" garnered 1,300 signatures.
This year set a high bar for music on campus, with Macklemore performing at Bacchanal and several student musicians and groups earning acclaim.
This weekend, catch the end of the New Museum's second Ideas City, a biennial festival which marries the arts and sciences for urban improvement.
Conrad Tao, Columbia-Julliard '15, is set to release his first album on his 19th birthday.
The Columbia Ballet Collaborative will perform its spring show in Miller Theatre, despite the theater's statement in October that it would stop subsidizing CBC's use of the space.
Five students were recognized by the Core Scholars Committee for original work inspired by the Core Curriculum.
Columbia ended its season by dropping three of four games to Penn.
West Side Gourmet Deli, more commonly known as CrackDel, was shut down Thursday night by court order, but a cousin and a friend of the owner said it would reopen by Monday.
This year's WBAR-B-Q is expected to draw a large crowd and feature a geographically diverse lineup.
May 17, 11:47pm
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