Tue, Sep 15, 2015, 4:45pm
When in doubt, move to Paris with your fiancé. Anne Prescott, professor of English and Medieval & Renaissance studies at Barnard, did so during her junior year of college, and it was totally worth it.
Professor Eric Foner discusses the history of white supremacy, the Confederate flag in Salon interview
Wed, Jun 24, 2015, 6:48pm
Eric Foner, a Columbia history professor you've likely heard of before, was interviewed by Salon about the history of white supremacy and the Confeder
Thu, Apr 2, 2015, 12:57am
Olly Alexander, the frontman of rising U.K. electropop group Years & Years, discusses the band’s origins, how to balance an acting and a music career, and weird encounters with fans.
Thu, Jan 29, 2015, 3:05am
Brooks Wheelan has covered a lot of ground in the past year and a half. The Iowa native and comedian leapt from working a job at a biomedical engineering lab in Los Angeles into a gig across the country, writing and performing on the 39th season of “Saturday Night Live” (“SNL”).
Thu, Nov 13, 2014, 1:35am
Rowanne Dean sat down with NYC-based artist Xaviera Simmons to discuss the use of different media, her childhood in NYC, and what she'll be up to in 2015.
Thu, Sep 18, 2014, 3:01am
Dunni Oduyemi talks to Janet Mock about black feminism, finding her voice, and her favorite things to do in NYC.
Tue, Sep 2, 2014, 8:11pm
Classes aren’t the only things starting today: With the new year comes a new round of auditions for productions all across campus.
Thu, Apr 17, 2014, 3:33am
Mad Men actor Harry Hamlin discusses his character on the show, his education, and his advice for aspiring actors.
Sat, Mar 29, 2014, 4:10pm
Paul Bloom, CC ’17, plays piano in iiii, alongside Laila Smith, Jeremy Dutton, and Connor Schultze. Bloom sat down with Spectrum to talk about iiii's self-titled debut album, getting married to teddy bears, and tonight’s show at the West End at 7:30 p.m. Responses were edited for clarity and...
Thu, Feb 6, 2014, 3:38am
Professor Eric Foner’s reputation precedes him. Aside from being an inspiring and legendary figure in Columbia’s history department, Foner has penned over twenty books, and won a Pulitzer Prize, a Lincoln Prize, and a Bancroft prize.