The Leslie Marmon Silko Reading and Open Mic began with an acknowledgment of the stolen Lenape land on which Columbia’s campus resides. This moment of bittersweet resilience, brought forth by the tragedy of Indigenous land occupation and the triumph of reclaiming a lost voice, imbued the room with life. From that complex mix of emotions poetry, music, and art arose....
Ahead of “I Am Queen Mary” sculpture unveiling, Barnard’s artist in residence highlights importance of conversation around colonialism
“Who are you if you don’t have a memory?” asked La Vaughn Belle, CC ’95, TC ’99.
“If you can tell a story, it doesn’t matter what the medium [is],” said Jon Bowermaster, one of three storytellers who spoke on campus on Friday as part of Narrative Practice: the 5th Annual Urban Design Storytelling Symposium....
Only 8 percent of Manhattanville construction workforce hours go to local residents. One program aims to change that.
For many local residents in West Harlem who hope to find a job in construction—either as newcomers or as long-time workers looking for opportunities—one of the most prominent jobs in the area remains out of reach....
Union Theological Seminary students vandalize construction wall in protest of luxury condo high-rise project
Union Theological Seminary has had its fair share of student protests in the last 50 years in response to ongoing campus renovations that critics say will disrupt student life and limit campus space....
Arts In the Armed Forces hosts film screening of Adam Driver’s Sundance hit ‘The Report’ for Columbia veterans
Abort the special-operations briefing and grab a jumbo popcorn. On Friday night, veterans and active-duty military affiliates at Columbia were treated to an exclusive prerelease screening of Scott Burns’ new docudrama “The Report,” starring Adam Driver, at a packed event in the Roone Arledge Cinema....
Morningside Heights CSA program embarks on another season of vegetable cheer with student subsidies from CCSC
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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....
When Union Theological Seminary needed funds for a massive campus renovation, it turned to 350,000 square feet of land that it decided it could afford to sell....