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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 (rp2077@columbia.edu) with your comments, edits, and suggestions.

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Multicultural

We are dedicated to globally connecting and supporting members of the Taiwanese American community, as well as promoting an appreciation for Taiwanese culture in the greater New York area.

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Literature and Writing

The Birch is the first student-run undergraduate journal in America dedicated specifically to Slavic studies.

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Literature and Writing

The Blue and White is a magazine written by undergraduates at Columbia University, New York City.

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Comedy

The Fed is Columbia's alternative newspaper. We print stories that either profoundly shake our complacent and familiar thought patterns, or else stories that make us chuckle.

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Literature and Writing

The Gadfly is the undergraduate philosophy magazine of Columbia University, and the first in the country.

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Literature and Writing

The Morningside Post is the premier student-run news and opinion site for Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

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Music

Did you sing a cappella in college and you can’t get enough? Maybe you used to sing in choir and wanted to try something new.

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Theater

The Varsity Show, founded as a fundraiser for Varsity athletics in 1894, is one of the oldest traditions at Columbia University, and certainly its oldest performing arts tradition.

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Comedy

Third Wheel Improv is a co-ed improv comedy group at Columbia/Barnard that does both longform and shortform improv. They perform 5-10 times each semester at venues on and off campus.

Interest:
Music

Must request permission to join group.

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