Wind gushes down Broadway, pushing stressed students toward their dorms as they tuck their hands in their coat pockets and their ears in their hats. Twelve coffee shops offer these students a momentary haven filled with the smells of fresh coffee and tea. COVID-19 indoor dining restrictions prohibit students from hauling their books and laptops to these shops, but warm drinks in disposable cups keep the shops alive and Morningside Heights and Harlem residents toasty....
Who is Alice? Columbia Blue Glaze Theatre provokes thought while promoting East Asian culture in “Alice in Wonderland”
Green, leafy bamboo stalks and a simple white house covered in cherry blossoms fill the stage, which is lit softly in blue hues. All of a sudden, a white rabbit runs across the stage, and the theater transforms into Wonderland....
Revival of 6Days Theater “Brighton Beach Memoirs” presents a depression dichotomy, pairing the dismal and droll
“Don’t you know, Stanley, there’s nothing you could ever do that was so terrible I couldn’t forgive you.”
International café chain Blue Bottle Coffee is set to open its first location in Morningside Heights.
A murdered mayor, a detective team made up of a police commissioner and a professor, an unusual love story, and a ‘missing’ relative. This was “Once Upon a Fortnight,” a creative and well-thought-out neo-noir musical comedy written by David Treatman, JTS/GS ’20 and Brent Morden, CC ’19....
A day to remember: Football looks to recapture magic in a repeat of last year’s Ivy opener against Princeton
With one minute and 20 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, then-sophomore wide receiver Ronald Smith II breaks a tackle, leaving a splayed black-and-orange body in his wake. Smith splits the gap between two fellow Lions, barely edging out the final Princeton defender with any chance of catching him. Smith remains ahead of any Princeton player in a half-field foot race he knows he’ll win. The St. Louis native coasts into the end zone, giving the Lions a lead they won’t relinquish....
Despite a dominant performance from junior forward Lukas Meisner, men’s basketball extended its losing streak to four games, coming up short 77-73 against Connecticut in overtime on Wednesday night....
Women’s basketball held off Boston College to claim a 68-60 win in Levien Gymnasium, which was packed with 19 elementary schools’ worth of students for Columbia’s 10th annual Education Day celebration. The game extended a longstanding partnership with New York City public schools, which send students to attend a game each season....
Football defeated Brown 24-6 on Saturday afternoon, capping off its most successful season since 1996.
A space cowboy from earth, his indebted martian side kick, the voice of an artificial intelligence saloon door in love, and an outlaw robot decked from head to toe in silver: Together, they paint an eclectic picture, exhibiting the ridiculousness that is the space-western musical comedy “Written in the Stars.”...