LeRoy Neiman Gallery’s latest exhibition traces career of renowned printmaker in an ever-digitizing printmaking landscape
“He doesn’t know where he’s going with it, but it’s through the process of making that he finds something,” independent curator Josephine Rodgers said of printmaker Gordon House....
While other schools may have highly attended football games, tailgates riddled with red Solo cups, and fraternities allowed to party, Columbia has the 1 train....
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and leaders from the Time’s Up movement were among some of the big names who made appearances at Barnard’s ninth annual Athena Film Festival this weekend, joining in conversations regarding the importance of representation and women’s leadership in the film industry....
On April 24th, 2017, in the suburbs of Wilton, Connecticut, a house burned. The flame started in the attic and moved downward with an open, red mouth. The fire lasted for only half an hour, but by the time the fire department arrived, the sky shone brightly into the living room. This is what was lost: three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a hallway, another hallway, an heirloom Persian rug, family pictures, a beloved stuffed animal, a double-breasted Armani suit from the eighties saved for a daughter for when the time came, and the alphabetized library of a woman who spent 40 years gathering the books she loved....
Editors’ Note: This is the first of a two-part series on special interest communities at Columbia.
There is something exciting about seeing the mundane turned into spectacle. Glass House Rocks, an annual event sponsored by the undergraduate councils, transforms Lerner Hall into a space for student group performing art showcases, free food, and giveaways....
For one night a year, Lerner Hall’s infamous glass ramps become a risky platform for Columbia’s most talented dance groups.
We’re awkwardly positioning ourselves around a gigantic, expensive-looking machine when Tomas Vu-Daniel says, “You can actually climb up onto this press. Really.”...
I attended the controversial Tommy Robinson event at Columbia on October 10. That night, I was embarrassed to be a Columbia student.