4×4 is a student-run literary collective at Columbia University. We publish a print magazine each spring, and hold events and open mics throughout the year.
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Student Arts Groups
The Columbia campus is home to a wide variety of student arts and culture groups serving nearly every possible interest. You can filter by your interest or search for a specific group. Don’t see your group? Are you a new student leader or do you have a new Facebook page? We’d love to hear from you. Please email Rebecca Popp (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your comments, edits, and suggestions.
The purpose of the African Students Association is to provide a forum for the meaningful discussion of the political, social, and cultural landscape of Africa.
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We are Columbia University's anime club. What we do: we are a group of students who like to get together to watch, discuss, or play anime shows or games. We are not limited to Japanese anime.
ArtC is a club fostering artistic community where collaboration and exchange across all disciplines is encouraged.
The Artist Society is a fine-arts creating group that runs weekly informal figure drawing sessions in 501 Dodge Hall each Friday from 6-8pm.
The Columbia Business School Arts and Culture Club is an interest club whose mission is to involve students with the arts and its different forms of expressions, both socially and professionally.
(AAA) is a student organization that strives to serve the Asian Pacific American (APA) community at Columbia University.
Columbia University's Jewish literary magazine.
‘Bacchanal Events is a student group that exists solely to promote and enhance Columbia spirit, community, and fun!