Can't see the forest for the trees? No worries. Here's our guide to the oft-overlooked Forest Hills, in Queens.
Sida Chen, CC '16, will receive the L. Ron Hubbard's Achievement Award next weekend in Los Angeles.
Columbia professor Michael Taussig sat down with Spectator. Taussig will visit this Whitney Museum this Saturday with his performance piece titled “Berlin Sun Theater: The Mastery of Non-Mastery.”
Poet Ariana Reines earned her B.A. from Barnard and went on to Columbia for graduate work. She has written several books, including The Cow, which won the Alberta Prize from Fence Books.
In this Weekend's edition of Neighborhood Watch, Astoria native Nicollette Barsamian gives the inside scoop on what to do in the Queens hangout.
Phil Kline is a composer whose works range from sound installations to orchestral music. He graduated from Columbia in 1975 with a degree in English and, in 1992, he created Unsilent Night, a boombox parade that happens all across the U.S., Canada, and England.
Daniel Nardicio has been called it all.
As the Artistic Producing Director of the Village Halloween Parade, Jeanne Fleming is at the heart of planning ”New York’s Carnival.” From planning the budget, to working with sponsors, to negotiating with the NYPD, Fleming wears many hats.
Melissa Macedo has come a long way since graduating from Barnard in 2010, landing several leading roles in Hollywood.
The Art for Change team strives to bring a new perspective to conversations on controversial current social issues.
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