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  • November 28    
    Its controversy precedes it: Ayn Rand’s notorious 700-page paean to radical individualism, wrapped in a saga of sex, architecture, and skybound ambition.
  • November 28    SOLD OUT
    The untold musical story of The Wizard of Oz’s Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good... before Dorothy dropped in.
  • November 29    
    Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University's Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.
  • November 29    
    Its controversy precedes it: Ayn Rand’s notorious 700-page paean to radical individualism, wrapped in a saga of sex, architecture, and skybound ambition.
  • November 29    
    Through personal testimonies and unprecedented access to Syrian regime documents, the documentary film tells the stories of survivors of torture, families of the dead and missing, and regime...
  • November 29    Sold Out
    For the first time since 2008, James Levine conducts Verdi’s great mass, written in memory of Italian poet Alessandro Manzoni.
  • November 29    SOLD OUT
    In Ayad Akhtar's (SOA'02) new play, Junk, he takes on the high-flying, risk-seeking, teetering financial world of the 1980s. 
  • November 30    
    Quilter Katherine Knauer will lead a tour through the War and Pieced exhibition, exploring the relationship between quilts, politics, remembrance, and war.
  • November 30    
    Join leading scholars and artists to examine how art in public spaces can serve as a flash point for larger social debates, featuring: John Ahearn, Audrey Flack, Harriet Senie, Jimmy Van Bramer...
  • November 30    
    A discussion of the complexities of large-scale human migration and resettlements. Such lessons can inform current cross-border displacement and the corresponding growth of urban settlements and...

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