Columbia University Swing Dance Club exists to unify the swing dance community of Columbia University.
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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 (email@example.com) with your comments, edits, and suggestions.
On Venom step dance team, we use our bodies to make rhythms and beats!
The Columbia Wind Ensemble is comprised of 55 woodwind, brass and percussion players who are undergraduate students, graduate students, and community members from all academic fields.
Columbia is a journal of literature and art, which prides itself on variety in the issues it produces and the writers it includes.
Possibly the most influential, cross-genre Barnard-based six person girl group of our generation, Control Top's laugh-based approach to laughter and dedication to shamelessness, demonstrates a
Straight theatre. No musicals. No Shakespeare. Since 1906. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia University's Student-Run Record Label.
Established in 2002, cuBHANGRA is a Punjabi Folk dance team representing Columbia University. The team's dance is first and foremost inspired by a passion for Punjabi culture.
The CUMC Symphony Orchestra is open to all members of the CUMC community and it gives students of all the different CUMC schools, faculty, and staff the opportunity to collaborate and play music to
Current Musicology (CM) is a leading forum for scholarly music research, seeking to reflect the forefront of thought in historical musicology, ethnomusicology, and music theory, as well as music co