The most recent Barnard Dance Project show boasted a single standout piece among a sea of confusing choreography.
In "NY Export: Opus Jazz," NYC takes center stage.
The organization has spent much of the last decade revamping its recruitment, training, and support programs so that the teachers recruited and accepted are well prepared to be as effective as possible.
From the moment Diana Vishneva stepped on stage, one could feel the tragedy of her situation.
No one said majoring in dance was easy.
Optimism and honesty make NSOP, the Core, and Columbia a better place.
Ever wondered why your attention span is waning even after all that coffee you drank?
For most of us, reading week is crucial to our semester’s success: Either we’re playing comeback kid to boost our grades, or striving to maintain the grades we’ve worked so hard for since January. For sources of energy that won’t put your body through the ringer, here are some important nutrition tips to give you strength and energy for studying and help you ace your finals and papers.
Banging music, neon green and blue headdresses, and glittering trophies pave the CU Bhangra path to fame and status as a cultural fixture at Columbia. With its high-energy and creative style, the team has won a total of six trophies at some of the largest bhangra competitions across the nation.
Jun 20, 12:17am
Is @sree leaving? Sree Sreenivasan, the University’s first chief digital officer, is stepping down, according to Capital New York. Sreenivasan, who has been at Columbia for more than 20 years,... Read More
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