There are over 100 panels at Brooklyn Book Festival. Not sure where to begin? Check out our picks.
The seventh annual Brooklyn Book Festival is the largest free literary event in New York City.
"A Little F'ed Up" follows up on a second-year's popular blog.
Multimedia exhibition weaves musical history with Native American identity
David Sulzer and Brad Garton translate the brain's voltage fluctuations into music, using a computer program.
The Wallach Art Gallery will spotlight rarely-seen Robert Duncanson landscapes in an exhibition opening September 5.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. It’s a simple maxim that most Columbians choose to salve with extracurricular activity—not a tough task given the plethora of options at their command. Too numerous to detail in full, here’s a brief glimpse of the various offerings of Columbia’s artistic community, broken down categorically.
Erica Weaver helped build a community "where it is perfectly acceptable to put on a pot of tea at any hour of the day and complaints about sestinas are universally understood" by starting the Writers House.
The 118th Varsity Show focused on the current issues of the Core and preprofessionalism, the cast and crew also explained how they worked to continue the traditions that have made the show so important in the past.
These professors and alumni, who published books this academic year, were reviewed and discussed in Spectator.
May 16, 6:03pm
Thanks to all who submitted photos to our Instagram contest! After a close race, there’s a clear winner: @alemineo’s photo, seen below: We’ll use the picture as our cover photo... Read More
May 15, 5:48pm
The rising senior captains of the football team have spoken out about the arrest and the tweets that gripped campus last week. In a letter sent to Spec, they report that... Read More
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