June 29, 2021

How the ASL Department Tackled Teaching COVID-19

Over the past 15 months, American Sign Language has been in the spotlight due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Columbia Student Lupita Diaz Donato on Becoming Herself Through Music

Lupita Diaz Donato is a senior in the Music Department (BMus ‘21), studying Composition and Production. We sat down with her to talk about her evolution as an artist, experience at Columbia, and plans for the future.

Ida B. Wells Monument Dedication Ceremony to be Live Streamed Wednesday

For the past 13 years Business and Entrepreneurship part-time faculty member Michelle Duster has highlighted the prominence of her great grandmother Ida B. Wells’ inspiring legacy, which will culminate in the Ida B. Wells Monument dedication ceremony.

Important Update About Student Vaccination Requirements

As a reminder, students who vaccinate off campus are required to upload their vaccination records to Med Proctor no later than July 15. Students who vaccinate on Columbia’s campus will not need to upload proof of vaccination.

Riley Jakusik | Interaction Design (BA) '21

"Try everything and fail often. The most important lessons I have learned in my time at Columbia have been when things went completely wrong."

Bianca Doman | Audio Design and Production (BA) '21

"We're all learning and growing every day, so don't worry if you don't know as much as the next person [because] you'll eventually get there."

Gavin Diehl | Music Composition and Production (BMus) '21

"Columbia is a place where you are encouraged to fight for your education while being an innovator [for] a whole new generation of artists."

Jethro Schoppenhorst | Game Programming (BS) '21

"From a social perspective, the study abroad program I spent in China was eye-opening. I cannot overstate how much the experience of being in a foreign culture broadened the way I think about social interactions and creativity."


Don't Be A Stranger: How to Use The Power of Relationships to Advance Your Career

During this workshop, learn how to identify, build and contribute to your network, and create strong, genuine, and purposeful professional relationships.

Wednesday, June 30 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Event

MoCP Presents
Photos at Zoom Discussion Session: Vera Klement

Join our Curator of Academic Programs and Collections every Friday at noon for a casual drop-in session where we closely read and discuss one photograph together in the museum's collection. This week we will look at Vera Klement's mixed media piece, War Monody (Autumn), from 2004.

Friday, July 2 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Event


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