David Gerson, CC '08, and Abby Broberg, CC '08, are determined to bring "non-masturbatory theater" to Columbia with their U.S. premiere of Mick Gordon and A.C. Grayling's On Religion this weekend.
The department of Slavic languages is working to increase interest through new changes to its major and concentration requirements.
Sundance and Tribeca watch out: Columbia's National Undergraduate Film Festival is getting some street cred.
A production of Shakespeare's Macbeth by Columbia students promises to be different from every production you've seen before. It debuted at Columbia's Party Space in early March, and tonight the show moves off-Broadway to the Chashama Theater on West 42nd Street.
Tonight's King's Crown Shakespeare Troupe show is as ambiguous as its title suggests. A Banquet in Honor of the King of Spain sparks the first of KCST's Triple Threat, a weekend of short, free, and original theater.
CU Players' first production of the semester includes Hitchcockian plot twists, a secret love affair, and plagiarism.
Mark Junek, CC '07, has played the role of Macbeth, Jesus, and an electron in his varied theater career at Columbia.
This year's Glass House Rocks may redefine Columbia's student tradition of seizing buildings.
"How are you supposed to orgasm in a place like this?" asks the ambiguously ethnic international student of his new room in Carmen. His new roommate, the small-town kid from Minnesota, just stares, dumbfounded.
A ruling last week by New York's highest court reaffirmed a law mandating that health insurance cover birth control. But in reality, the availability of such coverage remains complex and uneven.
May 17, 11:47pm
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