I, a Chinese student, attended the forum on the coronavirus that Columbia held.
Several acts of vandalism have been reported on the 16th floor of East Campus, according to an email sent by Residential Life to the building’s residents....
Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang speaks of Chinese-American relations, fragility of American democracy at panel on “Soft Power”
“Asian American performers never walk onto an empty stage.”
I spent this weekend in the last hurrah portion of my graduate school applications, and had to write a “commitment to diversity” statement. Because of this and the fact that I’m not going home or visiting my family for Thanksgiving this year, I’ve been trying to write about who I am in that sense....
Models wearing vibrant pieces that display cultural influences walk down the runway, performance groups move swiftly as one, and a poet captivates the audience under the spotlights of Roone Arledge Auditorium....
Wearing an intricately patterned floral dress, her dark tresses of hair twisted into an impeccable updo, not a knot out of place, musician Gamin Kang was the picture of elegance and grace....
History professor Charles Armstrong cited nonexistent or irrelevant sources in at least 61 instances in his 2016 book, “Tyranny of the Weak: North Korea and the World, 1950–1992,” according to the findings of an investigation by the University’s Standing Committee on the Conduct of Research....
APAHM shows its Asian and Queer pride at D.R.A.G. with drag queen Yuhua Hamasaki and performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon
Lip-synching with a face full of glitter, a bedazzled leotard, six-inch heels, and batting eyelashes were all a part of celebrating Asian heritage, Queer pride, and many other identities this past Friday evening. APAHM’s event showed that Asian pride is here and it’s starting a commotion....
It’s hard to get out of the lazy cycle of going to Butler every day. Even though you slightly hate it, at least it has always been there for you. As you may be realizing now, it can also become increasingly stuffy and draining to study in the same library every day—especially Butler. During midterms and finals season, it’s especially annoying to try to find a seat. So why don’t you try to discover a new library? Who knows, you may just end up finding your new favorite study spot!...
Librarians, Scholars, and Spies: How a Trove of Chinese Ancestral Records Found Refuge on Columbia’s Shelves
My fingers run along the rice paper pages as my eyes trace the inked lines for three characters: Yan Ji Ci.