This year is the centennial of Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Given how famous our physics department became, did he ever come to Columbia to talk about it?
I'm going to see the musical Hamilton if I can score a ticket. Can you tell me about young Alexander Hamilton’s connection to Columbia?
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The 18th century ceremonial mace used at Commencement each year is just one of the items housed in the King’s College Room.
The King’s College Room in Low Library is undoubtedly one location on campus that perfectly evokes the Colonial era in which the University was founded as King’s College.
I know several Columbians have gone on to become professional baseball players. Is it true that one of those ball players also became a spy?
I know pipe organs are called the king of instruments, but how did St. Paul’s Chapel come by its own musical crown?
Columbia is big in interdisciplinary neuroscience, including two Nobel laureates, but who came before them?