At its center, “Pippin” is about a prince recently graduated from university, played by Mark Pierce, CC ’20, experiencing severe existential doubts—a topic almost painfully relatable for Columbia students. However, when asking the Columbia Musical Theatre Society’s cast and production team, the play’s meaning manifests as so much more....
Sarah lives in a quaint apartment in New York City. Her walls are covered with magazine cut-outs, her desk stacked with books.
Max McLean brings one-man show ‘C.S. Lewis Onstage’ to Columbia, intertwining Christianity and theater
“This must be a simply enormous auditorium!” thought an audience member.
Multimedia artist Olafur Eliasson advocates for environmental empowerment through art at World Leaders Forum
Multimedia artist and architect Olafur Eliasson spoke about his illustrious artistic repertoire, safe spaces, and making environmental responsibility physically tangible through art during an address at The Forum on Thursday....
Liz’s Place reopens after summer renovations, now serving local roasters Café Integral and Partners Coffee
Liz’s Place has opened its doors again after a summer of renovations, and though it reopens under the same name, the café has transformed its offerings in accordance with Barnard’s change in food provider from Aramark to Chartwells....
International café chain Blue Bottle Coffee is set to open its first location in Morningside Heights.
First-years may be required to have sizeable meal plans, but that doesn’t mean every day has to include eating at John Jay. The Columbia bubble encompasses a variety of eateries, both old and new, and the number of choices in the ever-changing food landscape can be overwhelming. However, among the multitude of muffins, bevy of beverages, and deluge of delis, a few Morningside Heights staples and newcomers stand out....
Amir’s Grill, located between 113th and 114th streets on Broadway, has closed indefinitely after 47 years, according to a letter posted on the front door of the restaurant....
When doe-eyed, innocent youth meet sexual awakening, the result is combustion manifested in one high-octane performance: “Spring Awakening.” Though this passion was aptly realized by a spirited cast, the choice to relocate the setting of the narrative was not as clearly successful....
Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks inaugurates new medical humanities department with scene from upcoming play
Suzan-Lori Parks says that some have likened her forthcoming play “White Noise,” to getting your skin peeled off, layer by layer. But Parks’ works, while often an amalgamation of the provocative, unsettling, disturbing, and even upsetting, still remain a method of course correction, a way to heal through narrative....