Following the move to virtual learning and the cancellation of activities on campus in March, student theater groups were forced to cancel or postpone their productions to the following semester. But as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rises to nearly 170,000 in New York and the University weighs whether to restart in-person classes in the fall, performing arts groups on campus are struggling to plan for the future....
The cast and crew of the 126th Annual Varsity Show hosted the West End Preview for an intimate audience in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre. This year, it was all about Bacchanal....
As the Latin music faded out and the lights were dimmed, audience members blew into multicolored whistles and screamed in anticipation. Green light flooded the stage and dancers in gold skirts struck their first pose....
Barnard and Columbia released their Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports on Tuesday. The reports, mandated by the Clery Act, a federal law that demands disclosure of public safety information, compile statistics on reported instances of crime and fire safety across the University campuses and surrounding areas over the past three calendar years....
“With energy, pizzazz, and candid hilarity, the unexpected jolts and quirky visages of Greenfeld captivated from start to finish.”
Updated at 11:44 p.m. on May 6.
Is it all even real? Or are we in a simulation?
Columbia undergrads release new TV show on life, friendship, and the awkward antics of magical creatures
Move over Game of Thrones, a new binge-worthy TV show has hit the air. Brought to life by members of the undergraduate community, Quarter-Corn is about a few partially magical college students....
Introducing the Columbia Carnival Cruise! Climb aboard alongside the Varsity Show crew for a show filled with sadboi professors, fraternity reprimanding robots, and sea-men sirens (very subtle)....