Columbia Daily Spectator
The Lions (17-8, 7-2 Ivy) host Dartmouth (8-14, 3-6 Ivy) tonight, looking to round out this weekend's doubleheader with another win.
Join the Columbia Daily Spectator for the first spring semester event in the Columbia Media Series on Sunday, February 24th! "Careers in the Arts" features Allan Kozinn—former music critic and current culture writer for the New York Times—as well as recruiters from New York City arts organizations seeking Columbia and Barnard student interns. Kozinn is one of the Times' most well-known and respected culture writers, and its expert on contemporary music. In addition to almost 30 years of experience as a journalist, he is also the author of several books, including Guitar: The History, the Music, the Players, The Beatles, and The New York Times Essential Library: Classical Music- A Critic's Guide to the 100 Most Important Recordings. Currently, Kozinn is a professor at NYU, teaching courses in Baroque music, music criticism, and the Beatles. The event will feature a talk by Mr. Kozinn, followed by a Q&A and an opportunity to chat with recruiters. Refreshments will be provided. Recruiters from the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, ARChive of Contemporary Music, Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, StarChefs, and Red Shirt Entertainment will be present to chat with students after Mr. Kozinn's talk and interview. Tickets cost $5. Time: Sunday, February 24th, 1PM. Location: Spectator office (2875 Broadway, between 111th and 112th streets, 3rd floor)...
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