The 119th Varsity Show brought upbeat entertainment to campus, in a show that was less political than last year's production.
Spectator recaps some of this year's on-campus theatrical highlights.
Kate McKinnon told the group of Varsity Show affiliates on Sunday that if she had to pick one award she wanted to receive, it was the Diamond Award.
The "Gilmore Girl" releases an entertaining, but unrefined first novel.
An oft forgotten, actually-technically-not-the-Bronx neighborhood at the northern tip of the island, Inwood is a hidden gem and a great place to get some perspective on the city.
English professor Jenny Davidson's new novel gets lost in the details.
Gonzalo Sobejano, a retired professor from the Department of Latin American and Iberian Cutures, discussed his friendship with Lorca, a former CU student, in a lecture on Monday night. The University is also hosting a walking tour through Lorca's favorite haunts on campus and in Harlem.
The Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama Group's performance of "Thyestes," in the original Latin, sets a new bar for the Columbia theater world.
Spring brings with it performances from student groups, and our guide will help you figure out what to see.
CU Players revive the somewhat dated, yet poignant play based on "Peanuts."
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