Mon, Feb 11, 2013, 12:13pm
As explored in The Eye's lead this week, love is a complicated topic at Columbia. Indeed, if there is anything that the phenomenon CU Admirers has to teach the Columbia community, it is that love comes in all forms (cliché, but it’s almost Valentine’s Day, so sue me for being cliché about love...
Tue, Dec 11, 2012, 5:30pm
Tribes, written by Nina Raine, debuted in 2010 at the Royal Court Theatre in London, and recently opened in New York. Examining the experience of a deaf member of a hearing family, the play is now showing at the Barrow Street Theater through January 6th. The Eye sat down with Raine to discuss...
Wed, Feb 29, 2012, 8:46pm
When I was first exposed to Bernini’s work in my high school Art History class, I immediately understood why this guy is considered one of the best sculptors. Ever. Have you seen his Apollo and Daphne? The variety of texture that he is able to create with just marble is amazing. And his Rape of...
Wed, Feb 15, 2012, 1:40pm
When I found out that President Obama’s campaign made a “2012 Campaign Playlist” on Spotify, I flipped out a little (well, maybe more than a little). Scrolling through the songs, the selection I discovered was pretty impressive, albeit confusing. “We Used to Wait” by Arcade Fire, a nice pick from...
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