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Two @barnardcollege students, Carolina Jimenez ‘22 and Sheila Warrick ‘22, are o…

Two @barnardcollege students, Carolina Jimenez ‘22 and Sheila Warrick ‘22, are on a mission to make arts supplies and other creative resources available to local youth with their recently launched community arts bin.

Read about how they created the arts bin and their work in the communities they grew up in at neighbors.columbia.edu/artsbin.by neighborshub

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Column: She worked for months to bring a community fridge to Evanston and it was destroyed in a car crash. Then the community stepped up.

Barnard student Maia Robinson '22 worked for months to establish a community refrigerator in Evanston. After it was destroyed in a car crash, her community stepped in to help. “It’s always been my goal for people to understand this isn’t my fridge. This isn’t Evanston Fight for Black Lives’ fridge. This is everyone’s fridge. I want everyone to feel responsible for this fridge, and I was>>>

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What does it mean to be Black and alive right now? Join Kimberly Drew & Jenna Wo…

What does it mean to be Black and alive right now? Join Kimberly Drew & Jenna Wortham on 4/15 as they use images, photos, essays, memes, dialogues, recipes, tweets, poetry, and more—to tell the story of the radical, imaginative, provocative, and gorgeous world that Black creators are bringing forth today.

Register now via neighbors.columbia.edu/events.by neighborshub

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5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Brahms

MSM alumnus Jeff Scott (BM ’90, French Horn) and others pick their favorites of the moody master of 19th-century music in this article from The New York Times 🎶
Listen as Carlos Santana, Branford Marsalis and others pick their favorites of the moody master of 19th-century music.
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Tonight at 6! Virtually climb over 124 feet to the top of the world’s largest go…

Tonight at 6! Virtually climb over 124 feet to the top of the world’s largest gothic cathedral. Join Cathedral educators for an adventurous Virtual Vertical Tour to learn the stories and history of our stained glass windows and spiral staircases. Using high-quality video footage and photography, this virtual tour will excite any fan of art and architecture. Tickets and more info:>>>

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What does a day in the life of a Barnard student look like? For first-year Franc…

What does a day in the life of a Barnard student look like? For first-year Francesca Fierro ’24, it involves an outing to Ikea complete with Swedish meatballs, fun on the subway with friends, and a midnight stroll across the steps of Columbia’s Low Memorial Library. Swipe to see some highlights from Francesca’s adventure and visit the link in our bio to read her full “Day in the Life” entry>>>

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Tomorrow evening, virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Using high-quali…

Tomorrow evening, virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Using high-quality video footage, our educators will “walk” you through stories of the stained glass and sculpture and study the grand architecture of the Cathedral. This adventurous virtual tour is one of our most popular events, and will thrill any lover of art and>>>

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MSM Spotlight: Jennifer Ahn (MM’21) performs on April 9 with MSM String Chamber Orchestra – Manhattan School of Music

Read our latest #MSMSpotlight with Jennifer Ahn (MM ’21), performing in the MSM String Chamber Orchestra livestream tomorrow, April 9 at 12:15 PM EDT 🎻
Watch the livestream here:
Jennifer Ahn is a 2nd year Master’s Student of the Classical Violin Performance Program. She tells us about her experience playing in MSM String Chamber Orchestra,
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Next Stop: #Ghana The April selection for our monthly book club is His Only Wif…

Next Stop: #Ghana 📚 The April selection for our monthly book club is His Only Wife by Peace Adzo Medie. We’ll be meeting Thursday, April 15th at 6:30 p.m. via #Zoom, join us! Register by clicking the link in our #bio 🤳 About the Book: Afi Tekple is a young seamstress whose life is narrowing rapidly. She lives in a small town in Ghana with her widowed mother, spending much of her time in her uncle>>>

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#TBT On Today’s Date in 1929: Students and graduates of Manhattan School of Music (then called the Neighborhood Music School) jo…

#TBT On Today’s Date in 1929: Students and graduates of Manhattan School of Music (then called the Neighborhood Music School) join guests to perform at the dedication of the new building at 238 East 105th Street. Pianist Harold Bauer gives an address and plays works by Bach, Schumann, and Brahms.
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Award-winning journalist and CNN Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour …

Award-winning journalist and CNN Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour will deliver the keynote address at this year’s Commencement on April 29. Ms. Amanpour will also receive the Medal of Distinction for her stellar work in journalism and advocacy, along with writer and advocate for Native representation and tribal sovereignty, Rebecca Nagle; multidisciplinary performer>>>

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Virtual Exhibition Out Now! Here’s a clip View the full opening for POWER PLA…

Virtual Exhibition Out Now! 🎨 Here’s a clip 🤳 View the full opening for POWER PLAY | Our latest art exhibition, featuring the talented Lucy Rovetto & Armisey Smith, on our #YouTube channel 📺 Click the link in our bio to watch the whole #video. You can download the pricelist from our bio as well 🛍 The exhibition will run through March 5th – April 30, 2021. Our #gallery is open Monday>>>

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Tomorrow evening, virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases t…

Tomorrow evening, virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Using high-quality video footage, our educators will “walk” you through stories of the stained glass and sculpture and study the grand architecture of the Cathedral. This adventurous virtual tour is one of our most popular events, and will thrill any lover of art and>>>

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NEWS FOR FALL 2021! We are excited to announce that for the Fall 2021 semester, MSM plans to offer fully on-campus instruction…

NEWS FOR FALL 2021!
We are excited to announce that for the Fall 2021 semester, MSM plans to offer fully on-campus instruction once again.
This “back-to-normal” on-campus experience will take the best practices from before the pandemic and add to them new best practices we learned during the past year.
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Did you get your steps in today? Today is #NationalWalkingDay! To celebrate, te…

Did you get your steps in today? Today is #NationalWalkingDay! To celebrate, teams across Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai Heart took a walk through Morningside Heights on this beautiful afternoon. Staff not only got to enjoy the sunshine and perfect weather, they also had the opportunity to pick up some free swag—just check out those shoelaces! Sponsored by the American Heart Association>>>

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Thanks again to all of our wonderful community members who made this year’s Holy…

Thanks again to all of our wonderful community members who made this year’s Holy Week and Easter Sunday so memorable. While we’re still feeling the holiday spirit, we’d like to share with you the last verse of the hymn “Come ye faithful, raise the strain,” performed with the Cathedral Choir, Ensemble 1047, Bryan Zaros conducting, and Sam Kuffuor-Afriyie at the organ. The descant and>>>

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