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Wednesday, November 14

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...

Read,Talk, Make! | Book to Art Club

Join the Library and the Aesthetics of Research for our Fall 2018 installment of The Book to Art Club featuring HG Wells’ classic War of the Worlds. Started...

Waffle Wednesday

Join the office of Student Diversity and Inclusion for waffles every Wednesday! Explore the space, meet your community, and earn Engage credits.

Coffee Break Wednesday

Prevent your caffeine crash with a cup of coffee at the Career Center! Advisors will be available to discuss credit options and any pressing questions or...

Wednesday Noon Guitar Concert Series at the Conaway

Columbia guitar students will perform a selection of jazz and contemporary tunes during the lunch hour at the Conaway Center.

Study Break: Self Care, Self Love

Join the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion for a self-care session during midterms.

Dr. Lydia Hopper: Science and Mathematics FA18 Fall Colloquium Series

Touchscreens, Tokens, and Tools: Testing Primate Cognition and Welfare at Lincoln Park Zoo Prresented by Dr. Lydia M Hopper, Assistant Director at the...

Muggles Weekly Meeting

This year the Muggles Association of Columbia is having book club style meetings as we read the books as a group and discuss what we read and hang out....

Where the Future Came From: Women With the World at Their Feet

Come to the culminating scholar-in-residence talk "Women with the World at their Feet? Representing Women at Chicago World’s Fairs," presented by TJ...

Design Department Lecture Series: Nekita Thomas

Nekita Thomas is a visual designer, researcher, and educator with expertise in critical race design, user-centered design, and social practice. Nekita works...

Like a Boss: Your Freelance Future

It's estimated that 50% of the creative workforce will be freelancers by the year 2020. If you plan to freelance, or are currently freelancing, there are 8...

Video Playlist: Ralph Arnold and Outtakes

Shari Frilot Reginald Woolery Elizabeth Axtman Tom Palazallo Curated by Romi Crawford Often aspects of identity (race, gender, class, occupation,...

"Bug"

BUG by Tracy Letts Directed by Madison Kesselring November 14 – November 16 Set in a seedy Oklahoma City motel room, the play centers on the meeting between...

AEMMP Hip-Hop Presents: R&B Night

AEMMP Hip-Hop, Columbia's student-run record label, is hosting a night of R&B performances which will feature various local acts as well as a special...

CBMR Presents: Anthony P. McGlaun in Recital

Tenor Anthony P. McGlaun has a diverse repertoire which includes oratorio, opera, lieder, crossover, art songs, musical theater, and Negro spirituals. For...

PAKIndia Film Series

PAKIndia Film Series is a showcase of films that represent stories, themes, and talent from Pakistan and India with the goal of promoting the culture and...

Yoga: A Mind/Body Experience

Enhance your calm, focus, flexibility, and overall well-being with this millennia-old practice. Everyone from newcomers to regular practitioners are welcome....

Wednesday, November 14