The Harriman Institute’s “Celebrating the Ballet Russes,” provides a tribute through film, music, and yes, ballet, to one of the dance world's most influential companies.
Julia Alekseyeva: In superhero comics, topics such as nuclear holocaust and the Cold War are often unpopular—except in Alan Moore’s Watchmen.
Jean-Luc Godard became a cinematic legend 50 years ago. Director of the 1960 film Breathless, Godard virtually launched the French New Wave movement and revolutionized cinema as we know it.
In the 18th century, Horace Walpole wrote, “Life is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those who feel.” Perhaps the greatest films—those rare epic wonders—are those that allow you to do both: to tear up and laugh uncontrollably.
French filmmakers seem to veer toward the grandiose—like profoundly emotional plots and immeasurable risk-taking—especially in comparison to their American counterparts.
A political showdown occurred in Hamilton Hall this Monday, as the Columbia University College Republicans and College Democrats butted heads over the heavily-debated topic of oil dependency.
Anderson and Maria Rodriguez are employees at Morton-Williams at 115th St. and Broadway, one of the most accessible grocery stores around the Columbia campus. Both work 4 p.m. to midnight, six days a week. Maria, 20, is a cashier, while Anderson, 19, works "on the floor."
Latino Heritage Month festivities concluded in McIntosh Hall Monday night to the melodious tunes of tango and flamenco, as various members of the Columbia and Barnard communities gathered to celebrate with speeches, delicious cuisine, and dance performance.
May 14, 2:48pm
Today, the guys of Vampire Weekend, the loveliest of Columbia alums, did a Reddit AMA. They answered questions from Reddit users on everything from where they buy their salmon-colored shorts... Read More
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