Six Columbia professors were among the recipients of this year’s John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships.
On Monday, author Junot Diaz spoke at the Heyman Center about education, activism and his writing.
It’s National Poetry Month, which means you officially have an excuse to pretend you know something about poetry and attend a bunch of open mics. If you’d prefer a bookstore to the Nuyorican, I’ve compiled a list of the best contemporary poets and the reasons you should know who they are.
Former New York Gov. David Paterson donated a collection of documents from his term in office to the Rare Books and Manuscript Library.
Nadia Khayrallah sits down with Jenifer Ringer to talk about body image, ballet, and her new book, “Dancing Through It: My Journey in the Ballet.”
Sovern’s new book, “An Improbable Life: My Sixty Years at Columbia and Other Adventures,” was commemorated with an event in Low Library Tuesday night.
Paula Franzese, who teaches political science and law at Barnard and Seton Hall University respectively, will release two books that offer cheerful, unconventional, and practical advice to college students.
Sarah Kerson examines the value of a Master of Fine Arts degree, talking to students, administrators, and artists about their experiences navigating the competitive New York City art world.
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 settling... 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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