Recap is a Columbia News series that highlights and summarizes some of the major events happening at Columbia University. 

School of the Arts Professor Ramin Bahrani discusses the making of his Netflix adaptation of “The White Tiger.”

Professor Aliza Nisenbaum shares the creative process behind her current solo exhibition at the Tate Liverpool in England.

Architect Edward Mazria discusses the critical role architects, planners, and builders have in solving the climate crisis at an online GSAPP event.

New research on Norma Merrick Sklarek and Beverly L. Greene was presented at a recent GSAPP event.

A trans-Atlantic dialogue on the European Green Deal, climate diplomacy, and the impact of youth activist movements on shaping public policy.

Scholars speak about early print resources, Greek music, and amulet scrolls at the annual Norman E.

An interactive GSAPP workshop charts a path for Columbia’s role in advancing environmental and climate equity in New York’s neighborhoods.

António Guterres outlined the stakes of the climate change crisis in stark terms in a conversation with Columbia University's Maureen Raymo.

Scholars discuss recent immigration issues, xenophobia, and state violence in a department of history webinar.

Columbia School of Social Work’s Courtney Cogburn spoke with the author about his book, what it means to be antiracist, and the role of universitie

School of the Arts Dean Carol Becker explores the idea of experimental preservation with Jorge Otero-Pailos and Sam Van Aken.

President Bollinger moderates an online panel with Kimberlé W. Crenshaw, Eric Foner, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.