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Events

Tuesday, October 30

Beautiful Monstrosities: From She-Beasts to Final Girls Exhibit

Join the Library and the Aesthetics of Research for a celebration of all things women in horror—from helpless to heroic, stereotype to archetype. As part of...

Hair Trigger 40th Anniversary Exhibit 

The Hair Trigger 40th Anniversary exhibit celebrates the annual student anthology published by the English and Creative Writing Department. The exhibit...

Paula Pfeffer and Cheryl Johnson-Odim Political Cartoon Exhibit

Exhibiting 15+ years of selected materials from the College Archives, curated by Oscar Valdez of the Humanities, History, and Social Sciences Department...

This is the Reel Showcase

Calling all Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) students: edit, critique and screen your reels! Step 1: edit at the Post Center. Need more info? Email THE...

HHSS Town Hall

Students are invited to come meet the Humanities, History, and Social Sciences (HHSS) Department's Chair and SGA representative, recieve updates, and discuss...

Crafting Your Online Presence

Promoting your portfolio and Portfolium profile is an ideal way to showcase projects and show off your skills to employers. Using LinkedIn to connect with...

Scholarship 101

If you’re a current Columbia student and will be attending in Fall 2019, you don’t want to miss this session on how to receive free money! We’ll provide...

SYT (Speak Your Truth) Weekly Meeting

SYT (Speak Your Truth) aims to encourage artists to break the boundaries of genre in writing and to breathe life into the community using the power of...

Zumba with FlowerBomb

Fun, fitness, and friends can be yours as you dance and party with FlowerBomb. Salsa your way down to the Fitness Studio every Tuesday evening during the...

This is the Reel Showcase

Calling all Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) students: edit, critique and screen your reels! Step 1: edit at the Post Center. Need more info? Email THE...

Weekly Art House Screening

The Art House's weekly free film screening, followed by an open discussion led by two pre-determined student hosts, a faculty member, or special guest! Doors...

Tuesday, October 30