CU Grow: Vendor Development Program, a Facilities and Operations initiative designed to help minority-, women- and locally owned (MWL) vendors of the University grow their businesses, graduated its second cohort at an event this evening at Faculty House.
Columbia University's Manhattanville Campus closed out the year with several family-friendly events on December 8, 2018. Hundreds of children and adults attended these events, which were free and open to the public.
In a recording studio in the Computer Music Center, four teenaged girls listen to a playback of their spoken word track. Their instructor, Sondra Woodruff, a senior at the School of General Studies and an established singer, composer and recording artist, asks “How do you want your voice to sound?”
Community Wellness Center Partners with Columbia Community Scholar to Promote Health and Wellness in West Harlem
On Saturday, December 8th, the Columbia Community Wellness Center welcomed a total of almost 60 visitors into their space for a fun and engaging community event. The event was a part of a larger effort made by some of the public facilities and programs residing in Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus.
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