Columbia's first Hindu chaplain released a new book titled “Urban Monk.”
“Multiple Occupancy: Eleanor Antin’s ‘Selves'" is this semester's first exhibit at the Wallach Art Gallery.
Columbia Ballet Collaborative's final performance of the year was minimal, but still an impressive show.
On an average Saturday night, there are a number of college girls who put on a tight black skirt, a lacy bra that “accidentally” happens to be completely visible, and a pair of sky-high heels in order to be considered desirable.
From Hewitt to the elite apartments of the Upper East Side, Barnard alumna Zuzanna Szadkowski has become one of the CW Network’s most beloved primetime actresses.
Contemporary dance groups on and off campus sometimes come to value the creative process more than the end result.
Jo Koy, born Joseph Herbert, is making a splash in the comedy scene.
For the past three years, at least one Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film has been Israeli. The number of Israeli filmmakers has expanded significantly in the past seven years, as has the number of distributors of these films.
I was reading a book once and came across a line that said “find the life under your life situation.” Perplexed by the complete incoherence of the statement, I read it again. I stared at it. I thought about it. I analyzed it.
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