Some art is everywhere. In a society where Monet’s “Water Lilies” can be found in dorm rooms and Art Humanities extols the virtues of impressionism, some may ask if it’s really necessary to see another impressionist exhibit.
Though it sounds scandalous, Postcrypt's current show, the Strip Show, is not as thrilling as it sounds.
It’s hard to believe that abandoned buildings and dirty streets could be so conducive to art. But in the ’80s, the East Village was falling apart on the outside while internally fostering one of the greatest art movements in New York City’s history.
Stop a student on campus and ask them what he or she thinks is the hardest major to pursue at Columbia University. You’ll probably hear pre-med.
Mar 11, 6:01pm
Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine issued on a statement on its website this afternoon about the removal of a banner that advertised its Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall.... Read More
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