Heads up guys, it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for! No, not summer, and no, not Snoop, but just as good—the VShow, a time honored Columbia tradition.Though, we can’t say yet what it will be about, it’s a great time to laugh, cry, and procrastinate your exams.
The show will have four peformances Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8pm as well as a 2pm showing on Sunday. Tickets can be bought here for prices ranging from $7 to $75.
It’s late. It’s almost sorta kinda finals season. Let’s go.
Best Part: Sun sun sun gotta get some sun! More »
While most undergrads know that there are soon to be some changes to Manhattanville, few know what’s really in store. However, all is not lost! Today’s paper provides status updates for how Columbia’s six planned buildings are progressing. A bigger version of it after the jump.
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It is official. The construction of the graduation bleachers is now under way. The school year is officially almost over. Seniors are almost about to graduate.
Except for those pesky little things called exams …oh right.
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, a film based on the book of the same title about a boy struggling to adjust after the death of his father in the 9/11 attacks, will be filming at Riverside Drive and 112th Street today. The movie stars Tom Hanks, and, while there is no word on whether or not he will be at the filming today, better safe than sorry right? And who really needs to go to classes, they’re basically done anyway. [OnLocation]
Residents of Manhattanville remain wary of CU despite the university’s attempts at transparency. [News]
CU for the win—in golf that is. Freshman Michelle Piyapattra took home the women’s individual Ivy title. [Sports]
I’m up. You’re up. It’s Passover too! SO let’s go.
Best Part: Home for the holidays and it feels so good. More »