Student-athletes from Columbia University offered a clinic to the seventh and eighth grade volleyball Hawks, following the Lions match against Cornell on Saturday, Oct. 24.
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An alumna/teacher welcomed her alumnus brother for a return to the classroom on Special Visitors Day.
Five decades ago, a pair of Columbia undergraduates recognized striking inequality in access to higher education, so Roger Lehecka (CC’67, GSAS’74) and Steven J. Weinberg (CC’66) sought to overcome this divide by exposing local high school students to the rigor of Columbia and engaging undergraduates with the surrounding community.
In a setting that feels planets away from a traditional classroom, students in the After School Program imagine, create, and build. A caring staff and thoughtful, STEM-based extended day curriculum means students are learning even when they’re at play.
Filmmaker Marcel Ophuls in conversation with Annette Insdorf and producer John Friedman
The Maison Francaise is proud to present legendary filmmaker Marcel Ophuls in a conversation after a screening of his Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie. Moderated by Columbia Film Professor Annette Insdorf, and joined by John Friedman (producer of Hotel Terminus), their discussion will include his film The Sorrow and the Pity as well as The Memory of Justice.
This event is sponsored by the the Columbia Maison Francaise and School of the Arts Film Division, with funding provided by the Knapp Family Foundation. Additional support provided by Cultural Services of the French Embassy.