A play written and directed by alumnae hits the stage, and an exciting new event series for Columbians is set to launch—here's what you need to know this week from your alumni community.
- Annual Film Night (June 26: San Francisco, CA)
- Shared Interest Group Happy Hour (June 26: New York, NY)
- Food Drive Volunteering Day (June 30: Fairfield, CT)
- Golf Open (July 7: Taipei, Taiwan)
- Wine, All-Star History, and the Nats (July 8, Washington, DC)
- The Networking Hour: Team-Building Tips (July 18: Online)
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Our Very Own Carlin McCullough, a play written by Amanda Peet '94CC and directed by fellow alumna Tyne Rafaeli '14SOA, will premiere at the end of the month at the Geffen Playhouse.
From black holes to dark matter to gravitational waves: This week, Brian Greene, a Columbia professor and one of the most well-respected physicists of contemporary times, dished on some of the biggest questions in physics.
In the newest issue of Columbia Magazine, Stephen Dubner '90SOA, coauthor of the mega-popular Freakonomics books and host of two hit podcasts, wants to tell you a few things you don't know.
THE LOW DOWN:
Don't miss the CAA's next summer event! At the June 24 Noshwalk—a brand-new series for Columbia alumni—enjoy food from some of the most diverse and delicious restaurants in Harlem. The tour will be led by Myra Alperson '78BC. Tickets are limited, so get yours today.