Nearby Manhattan School of Music experiences its first foray into international waters with the Hong Kong Manhattan Music Festival, bringing in artists to bridge the gap between Western composition and traditional Chinese music.
‘Peptimist’ writer Anouar Benmalek discussed identity at Maison Française on Monday night.
Columbia students will get a chance to meet Leigh Stein’s main character Ester—a relatable character for some Columbia students, as a recent college grad with nowhere to go—at a reading next week.
Robert Klitzman, a professor of clinical psychiatry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, pens a book examining genetics and a person's visceral reaction to disease.
Actor Wallace Shawn visited Barnard to speak about the thespian's role, and why he's proud to be a socialist.
Pulitzer Prize winner Katherine Boo, BC ’88, gives audiences a refreshing, minimalist read with “Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity.”
Columbia's Chinese Students Club is re-examining its Lunar Gala with a new plan for the fashion and culture show.
Cheap, fast, and simple seem to be the key characteristics of today’s e-book self-publishing phenomenon, which has been especially popularized by Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing program.
Celebrate fall break close to home.
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