The diverse and flourishing Columbia arts scene means that there is no dearth of talent on campus, but it also means that for many students involved in the arts, the resources offered by Columbia often fall short of their needs. Over the past year, students have formed clubs and groups that help fill in the gaps where the University falls short....
This school year saw a handful of new restaurants and eateries opening in the Morningside Heights neighborhood that were instant hits among students.
At “Barnard/Columbia Dances @ Miller Theatre,” dancers explored a range of human emotions and interactions through narrative dance.
As in the past two years, attendees at this year’s annual Bacchanal concert will be confined to two enclosed areas at the front of Low Plaza.
For many students, the Blue Java Café in Uris Hall is simply a place to grab a bite to eat between classes. But for a number of Harlem small business owners, it’s something more: a place to test, refine, and distribute their products to the Columbia community....
Bagel shop Nussbaum and Wu has closed temporarily for health code violations.
At “SEE ME,” this year’s MaMa Project, audience members were forced to consider their own reflections and their roles as individuals.