On Exhibit: 50 Years of New York City Landmarks

1920 Image of a New York Post Office

Andrew Dolkart, a professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, curated an exhibit for the Museum of the City of New York featuring local landmarks. The exhibit, inspired by the architectural critic and columnist Ada Louise Huxtable, will be on view until September 13.


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For Some Columbia Alumni, Life Truly is a Cabaret

Columbia University Songbook Rodgers and Hart Varsity Show

Danielle Gautier, a first-year M.F.A. student, put on a cabaret show featuring songs written by Columbia graduates whose works have made theater history and performed by alumni who have gone on to careers as singers and musicians.


Columbia Faculty Members Receive Guggenheim Fellowships

Guggenheim Fellowship Seal

Eight Columbia professors were awarded Guggenheim Fellowships based on their past accomplishments and future potential. They were selected out of 3,100 applicants that include scholars, artists and scientists. 


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