Politicians address violence prevention, police presence at vigil for Tessa Majors in Morningside Park
“They took our language.”
Columbia’s Knight Institute challenges federal social media screening regulations for visa applicants
Columbia’s Knight First Amendment Institute filed a lawsuit challenging new regulations that require U.S. visa applicants to register their social media handles with the State Department Thursday afternoon....
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.”
Thanksgiving break is right around the corner, Columbia! If you don’t have the luxury of going home for Turkey Day but still want to get away from the busy streets of New York during the holiday rush, here are seven New Jersey towns that might be worth the visit over Thanksgiving break....
On Friday night’s performance of Columbia’s New Opera Workshop fall repertory scenes at the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, the drama commenced even before the orchestra struck its first chord. A handful of audience members were forced to leave the theater due to overflow in order to comply with fire code....
If I’m going to order a Lyft in this city, I better have a damn good excuse, because my conscience is a tough crowd. “Really, asshole?” I’ll challenge myself. Maybe it’s a steamy August day, and I’m due across town. “You’re not willing to stand on a bus for, like, an hour? You think you’re too good for the MTA? Maybe you’re not up for New York. Maybe some place like Boston is more your speed.”...
The power of poetry transcends class in the 16th-century Ottoman Empire at Center for Turkish Studies event
An ornate image of bucolic gardens inhabited by lounging Turkish poets engaged in conversation took up the screen in Schermerhorn’s eighth floor lecture hall. Though seemingly purely decorative, these manuscript images told a story in reflecting the essential values of Ottoman life during the 16th century....
A woman with curly black hair stares intently at the viewer as fast jazz music plays in the background.
Close to 400 undergraduate students were registered to vote and requested absentee ballots for midterm elections this year, following the University Senate’s decision to pass a resolution to promote civic engagement and voter registration on campus....