The Columbia University Glee Club is the oldest student organization at Columbia and one of the oldest in the country.
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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 for the Columbia University Gospel Choir is to rejoice in the name of God through song as well as minister to the Columbia community.
Directed by Professor Chris Washburne, the Louis Armstrong Jazz Performance Program offers both undergraduate and graduate students jazz performance opportunities and private lessons.
In the 50s, our great country was going through a lot of changes.
The National Undergraduate Film Festival of Columbia University endeavors to discover and realize the talent of fellow student filmmakers as well as to support and exhibit outstanding independent f
New Opera Workshop (NOW) offers Columbia University students the opportunity to perform and produce opera in a collaborative, student-led workshop setting.
The Columbia University Orchestra was founded by composer Edward MacDowell in 1896, and is the oldest continually operating university orchestra in the United States.
As an umbrella organization, the Columbia University Performing Arts League facilitates discussion between groups regarding the Columbia University theatre community as a whole, encourages the shar
The CU Photography Society (CUPS) was launched by a group of close friends and wandering photographers who searched for a place to gather and explore their common love of Photography.
CUSFS is Columbia University's one and only Science Fiction Society.