The song 'Over the Rainbow' almost didn't make it into the final film version of 'The Wizard of Oz'. The music professor Walter Frisch traces the history of the classic song in his latest book 'Arlen and Harburgs Over the Rainbow'.
New data released by the United Nations Institute for Education and Research - Operational Satellite Application Program (UNITAR-UNOSAT) show a strong pattern of destruction when overlaying the zones of territorial control in Aleppo: the damaged locations identified by UNOSAT are mainly inside or outside The outline of the besieged areas in eastern Aleppo confirms that this part of the city was systematically bombed and shelled during the war. View full interactive map
Columbia University has announced the 2021 Pulitzer Prizes, which are awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board.
Aside from the talk and fantastic conspiracy theories, there could actually be a silver lining to solving the mystery of the unidentified flying objects.
In a win for free speech, a federal appeals court upheld the ruling that the president must share his critics on Twitter.
On the ground floor of the 1927 neo-renaissance building on Amsterdam Avenue, which could be mistaken for a palazzo in Florence or Rome, an exhibition tells the story of Casa Italiana, which became the Italian academy for advanced studies in America in the early 1990s.
Fearless and powerful, Frankenstein has exerted an overwhelming influence on literature, the stage, the screen, comics and literary discourse.
Ramin Bahrani's film, a modern retelling of Ray Bradbury's dystopian classic, was produced for HBO and will also be shown at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
What does a relationship between an American woman and her Italian military man tell us about the penetration of fascism under Mussolini?
George Chauncey, De Witt Clinton Professor of American History, tells the story of relationships between women at Barnard College and how society came to know it.
The former first lady of the United States spent a year in Paris, now in Columbia’s Reid Hall, studying French language and literature as a college student of Vassar.
The National Science Foundation is awarding $ 75 million to a Columbia-led team to support key improvements needed to advance high energy physics.
Columbia researcher David Brenner believes that distant UVC light - safe for humans but deadly to viruses - could be a 'game changer'.
The pandemic, the presidential election, globalization, climate change and other topics will be dealt with in a transatlantic forum.
Historian and journalist Gershom Gorenberg uncovers how intelligence agencies helped win the war for the Allies in the Middle East.
Researchers show that experienced improvisers are better able than musicians with limited improvisational experience to distinguish between chords that can be used interchangeably in a piece of music and chords that cannot.
The words of the Prophet Mohammed can help Muslim societies answer urgent questions during the COVID-19 crisis.
Chien-Shiung Wu's groundbreaking work changed the way scientists look at the structure of the universe.
The university does not hold direct investments in publicly traded oil and gas companies and is formalizing this non-investment policy for the foreseeable future.
Duvall's research focuses on the neural and molecular pathways that regulate biting and mating in mosquitoes.