Live Events

NYCB Digital Spring Season

Every Tuesday and Friday at 8 PM EDT, catch works from the NYCB repertory for 72 hours on NYCB’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and homepage at nycballet.com. Be sure to follow, subscribe, or […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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IEA World Energy Investment 2020

The worldwide economic shock caused by the Covid-19 pandemic is having widespread effects on investments in the energy sector. Based on the latest available data, the International Energy Agency's World […]

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Employment Visas in the Arts Amid COVID-19

The job search and employment visa process is more daunting than ever for international students in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.  During this virtual chat, Rakhel Milstein, Founder & CEO of […]

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Musical Storytime Online

Musical Storytime with Moosiki Kids fosters a love of reading at a young age with stories and sing along for kids 5 and under. Join us on Zoom to sing, dance, and move! To […]

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Care for the Polis: Cities, Health, and the Humanities – Virtual Format

Care for the Polis is an online conference that exists in a multi-temporal and virtual space. The conference is designed to reimagine how medical humanities and public humanities shape, and are […]

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TR@TC: Total Body Thursday | Yoga

Yoga | Deliberately mindful, measured movement can help you slow down and nurture your well-being. Let go of the stress as you are guided through a gentle and deeply relaxing Yoga sequence […]

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Explained: Coronavirus Watch Party

The Center for Science and Society will be hosting a fun and informal watch party of Netflix's Explained: Coronavirus. Event Information: Open to Columbia University (including Barnard College and Teachers College) […]

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#LovePeopleBeKind Cabaret

Join us every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. for a the Hidden Gems Performance of #LovePeopleBeKind Cabaret performed by Lisa Daehlin, Academic Secretary, International & Transcultural Studies. Participate online https://www.tc.columbia.edu/events/info/-lovepeoplebekind-cabaret-11280644/

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The 2 Top Marketing Strategies for Your Small Business in the “New Normal”

Your small business will start operating again very soon, and while we don't know the specifics, one thing is for sure: there will indeed be a "new normal." Steve Ferreira […]

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From Beginning to End: A Conversation with Brian Greene

Interviewed by Faith Salie In this conversation, Professor Greene discusses our understanding of the earliest beginnings of the universe, what science can tell us about the very far future, and […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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Community Fitness: Yoga

Join BBS Masters student and certified yoga instructor Stefania Marchitelli (M.S. candidate, Communicative Sciences and Disorders) every Friday morning at 10:00 am EST for a 45 minute Vinyasa yoga class (cool down/meditation to follow). […]

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Virtual Storytime: Transportation

Join us for a virtual museum storytime. We will read picture books about transportation and play an online game. Everyone welcome, but designed especially for children 6 and under. To […]

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Beyond Headlines and Hashtags – LIVE Friday Review of Pandemic News

Beyond Headlines and Hashtags - LIVE Friday Review of Pandemic News Another week has passed in the first pandemic of the 21st century, with thousands of new stories posted and […]

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The Barbarity of World-Cities: The Covid-19 Pandemic and the Inevitable Consequences

Guillaume Faburel and Shanny Peer (translation Nicholas Elliot) One response may have come as a surprise during the pandemic period: a significant number of people wanted to leave the big […]

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Being Church in a Time of COVID-19: Response to COVID-19 from the New York Diocese The Rev. Victor Conrado

Being Church in the Time of COVID-19: Dean Kelly Brown Douglas speaks with guests on how the COVID-19 pandemic is exposing underlying injustices, poverty and racism that our Church and society […]

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Grocery Shopping During Quarantine

Explore options for buying groceries and other household items online and having them delivered. You will receive an email 2 hours prior to the start of the class with the […]

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Bravo Beethoven! Virtual Faculty Concert Series

BSM piano faculty artists Roberto Hidalgo and Monica Verona perform two of Beethoven’s great piano sonatas, No. 7 (Op. 10 No.3) dating from 1798 and  No. 30 (Op. 109) from […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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Morningside Park’s Down to Earth Farmers Market

Market open Saturdays, 9:00AM – 3:00PM, 01/04 – 12/19 New York, NY Plaza at 110th St. & Manhattan Ave (Map it ») Market Host: Friends of Morningside Park Founding Year: […]

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Housing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join the Men’s Class for a robust discussion on COVID-19 Impacts on Housing and Homeownership.  The discussion will be co-facilitated by seasoned loan officers and include information concerning what homeowners—and […]

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11th annual NYC Multicultural Festival: Quarantine Edition Part I & II

The 11th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival is one of the most awaited festivals celebrating New Yorkers’ diverse cultural traditions through music, dance, art, food, fashion, new technology and more. Due […]

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Lecture with Anna Puigjaner

Join us online for a special presentation by Anna Puigjaner, Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia GSAPP and Coordinator of the Core I Architecture Studios. Anna will speak about current […]

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NYCB Digital Spring Season

Every Tuesday and Friday at 8 PM EDT, catch works from the NYCB repertory for 72 hours on NYCB’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and homepage at nycballet.com. Be sure to follow, subscribe, or […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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Open Bible Study [online]

Open Bible Study – Sundays, 9:30 am – 10:30 am Join us Sunday Mornings for our weekly lectionary readings and focused Bible Study via Zoom. We will pray, study scripture […]

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Unbroken Circle Song and Story Swap

Every Sunday, musicians, poets, artists and others from around the world connect from a distance via the Unbroken Circle segment of the Earth Institute’s Sustain What webcast. Join us! If […]

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A Service of the Word

Our traditional Sunday service moves online and will be livestreamed via this page Sunday morning at 11 am. Major composers are featured in a voluntary ahead of the service, starting […]

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Virtual Coffee Hour

Join us Sunday after worship for a virtual coffee hour where we will connect with one another and have a sermon talkback with Sunday’s preacher and other Riverside clergy. (Bring […]

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8th RIISE Parent Power Conference [Virtual]

RIISE continues to deliver equitable recruitment & enrollment opportunities for families of color to engage in independent school culture. About this Event Without a doubt, 2020 has already proven to […]

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Movies at Riverside: “Inheritance”

Movies@Riverside is going digital this month and our format has slightly changed: All are invited to watch Inheritance on their own via a FREE streaming platform (link below) and then […]

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TIC Book Club: What the Wind Knows by Amy Harmon

The June selection for our book club is What the Wind Knows by Amy Harmon. Meeting TBD.   About the book: “Anne Gallagher grew up enchanted by her grandfather’s stories […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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ARISE! Virtual Youth Development Program – Apply by June 1

West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) is pleased to announce that amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, it will run a modified ARISE! for the summer of 2020 from July 6, 2020 through […]

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The Immigration Crises Then and Now: What Are the 21st Century Possibilities?

TIMES OF CRISIS AND POSSIBILITY: AN ONLINE SERIES WITH JTS FACULTY The Immigration Crises Then and Now: What Are the 21st Century Possibilities? Monday, June 1, 1:00-2:15 p.m. ET We will […]

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EI Live K-12: Crystal Mysteries: The Secret Lives of Snowflakes (Grades 5-8)

Presenters: Ann Fridlind, Adjunct Research Scientist, Center for Climate Systems Research, Earth Institute, and Kyle Fitch, PhD Candidate, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah Description: The shapes of a […]

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Community Fitness: Zumba

TC Zumba instructor, Anna Serrichio (M.S. '19, Communication), is taking the dance party VIRTUAL! Join us on Mondays from 6:00 - 7:00 pm EST. -- Can't join us at that time? We've got it covered! […]

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Harlem Stage Dive Deeper Series: Charles Turner III Virtual

Harlem Stage's new weekly digital series, Dive Deeper, features award winning vocalist, composer and educator Charles Turner III has taken the jazz world by storm with his fresh vocal styling. […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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Machiavelli Now! / Machiavel aujourd’hui!

In this live virtual conversation (in French) organized by the Columbia University Maison Française, French historian Patrick Boucheron joins Jeffrey Freedman to talk about his book, Un été avec Machiavel (The Art of Teaching […]

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Tuesdays at 6

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral's Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for […]

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Virtual Summer Concert: American Songbook

Gina Morgano will perform selections from the American Songbook for the Museum’s first virtual concert. An accomplished vocalist with a repertoire ranging from Handel to Sondheim, she embraces composers who […]

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Electionary: Biblical Reflections for this Election

During this weekly digital gathering time we will be guided by some of the best thinkers, preachers and communicators in the country through a Biblical passage that will helps us […]

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Face Coverings Distribution Sites

New York City will continue distributing face coverings in parks, DOE Grab & Go meal sites, NYCHA buildings, some Mitchell-Lama buildings, grocery stores, and during social distancing enforcement. For specified dates, times, […]

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