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Who is ready for Manifest Urban Arts Festival tomorrow? Below is a list of events featuring graduate students from our various programs. For a full list of events, visit: http://www.colum.edu/manifest-2013/ Also, don't forget to use the #CCCManifest hashtag when posting to Twitter or Instagram! MFA Photography Thesis Exhibit Glass Curtain Gallery 1104 S .Wabash 9am to 5pm Journalism Exhibition 33 E. Congress, room 210 10am to 2pm MFA Film & Video Screening 1104 S. Wabash, room 302 1:15pm to 3pm MFA Creative Writing – Poetry and Nonfiction Student Showcase/Reception 1312 S. Michigan Ave, reception: 3:30pm to 4pm showcase: 4pm to 6pm MAT Programs – Art and Elementary Masters Teaching Programs Showcase 33 E. Congress room 404 4:30pm to 6pm Fiction Writing Graduate Student Showcase 731 S. Plymouth Court 5pm to 7pm Inter Arts and Media and Book and Paper Thesis Exhibition Reception 1104 S. Wabash Ave 5pm to 8pm
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Congratulations Graduating Graduate Students! Ali Porter, a student in the Arts, Entertainment and Media Management MAM program, tries on his graduation gown.
6 days ago
Journalism Ambassador, Katie Kather, interviews Fiction Ambassador, Parker Stockman, for a piece about mothers, in honor of Mother's Day. Photo credit: Parker Stockman, current student in the Fiction MFA program.
2 weeks ago
If you are looking for a fun campus event to attend tonight, look no further! Columbia Poetry Review's Reading and Release Party starts at 5:30 at 600 S. Michigan in Room 101!
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