Fifty-four years ago, Allen Ginsberg, CC ’48, published his poem “Howl,” as an ode to his bohemian friends “who ate the lamb stew of the imagination or digested the crab at the muddy bottom of the rivers of Bowery.” This weekend, the East Village will play host to a three-day festival in honor of
Don Paterson's newest collection "Rain" defies expectations.
Columbia's Committee on Global Thought hosted intellectuals to discuss the past and future of economic theory.
Independent bookstores on the East River offer off the beaten path literary options.
“Writing the Outsider: Perspectives from Spain,” a lecture presented last night by Barnard’s Center for Translation Studies, used a work by Miguel Cervantes to explore Renaissance concepts of speech and barbarism.
Apr 19, 3:15pm
This is the first in a two part series on the NYC apartment struggle. Part I will cover looking for housing and visiting. Part II will cover finding roommates and... Read More
Apr 19, 12:50pm
Towering tanks of liquid nitrogen and carts of chemicals are wheeled in and out of labs in Havemeyer and Chandler, but what’s really behind the locked doors of these research... Read More
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