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The Colors of Water

The Colors of Water

Scherezade Garcia’s mural will be on display in the lobby of Columbia’s Miller Theatre for the duration of the 2015–16 season.
A Papal Shout-Out

A Papal Shout-Out

The pope honored the memory of four Americans, including the Catholic essayist and poet Thomas Merton ’38CC, ’39GSAS.
Bullet Points

Bullet Points

A professor of public health at Columbia’s Mailman School's condensed op-ed published in USA Today.

Much Ado About Language

Chelsea Clinton’s Charge

Chelsea Clinton ’10PH 2015 book It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired, and Get Going, seeks to motivate middle-schoolers to become involved in their communities.

Picturing Senegal

Picturing Senegal

In and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West Africa, an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art co-curated by Giulia Paoletti ‘15GSAS.

Much Ado About Language

Much Ado About Language

An October 7 op-ed in the New York Times about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s decision to translate Shakespeare’s work into modern English.

A Vision of Aging

A Vision of Aging

A story led by Mailman professor Ruth Finkelstein and Dorian Block ’07JRN, follows twenty older New Yorkers over the course of a year.

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