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Saturday 23rd September 2017

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Neuroscience and the Columbian: New Directions
Neuroscience and the Columbian: New Directions
Photo Courtesy of Columbia University. Welcome back Columbia! From all of us at the Columbia Lion and from here at Uniquely Human, we hope all your summers were fruitful and relaxing. As we get...
King’s College goes to Prince of Broadway
King’s College goes to Prince of Broadway
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Murphy Hal Prince has undoubtedly influenced the world of Broadway, inspiring others to pursue careers in the theatre industry. When entering the theatre, the expectation was that the show, in...
Looking Back at the CBC Spring Show
Looking Back at the CBC Spring Show
Founded in 2007 by five professional ballet dancers enrolled at Columbia University, CBC (The Columbia Ballet Collaborative) is comprised of students from all of the University’s undergraduate colleges and affiliates. On April 15th, the...
Columbia Orchestra: Spring Concert
Columbia Orchestra: Spring Concert
Illustration by Laura Elizabeth Hand   Prior to the Columbia University Orchestra performance at Alice Tully Hall, my most recent event at Lincoln Center was Yo-Yo Ma’s breathtaking cello performance of Symphonie Fantastique. Yo-Yo...
More Than a Period
More Than a Period
I can be problematic. These words aren’t easy to get out. They’re a string of words I have to drag out slowly past my teeth, but it’s true: I can be problematic. I often...
Painting a Picture of War Paint
Painting a Picture of War Paint
Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone. Photo Courtesy of Joan Marcus. “There are no ugly women, only lazy ones.” Helena Rubinstein, cosmetics entrepreneur and rival of Elizabeth Arden, repeated that over the course of her...
Bandstand: In Retrospect and Today
Bandstand: In Retrospect and Today
Photo courtesy of BBB. Rousing applause closed the night at Bandstand, the latest of Broadway’s American musicals. Bandstand boasts an all-original storyline and an all-American plot, addressing the inaction of American government and society...
New Changes to Columbia Mail
New Changes to Columbia Mail
Photo Courtesy of Columbia Mail   For the convenience of students and in order to free up more space for students to use in Lerner, Columbia has decided to move the Student Mail operations in...

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