A Statement of Solidarity
May we join together for a moment of silence for condolence for victims of terrorism in Paris, Beirut, Turkey, domestically, and around the world.
In the midst of such human tragedy, we continue to persevere in the hope for a more just and peaceful world, for a commitment to increase our awareness of ourselves, each other, and our communities. May it be so.
Une Déclaration de Solidarité
Puissions- nous se rejoindre pour un moment de silence en condoléances pour les victims de terrorisme à Paris, Beyrouth, en Turquie, ici, et dans le monde entier.
Au milieu d’une si grande tragédie humaine, nous continuous de persévérer dans l’espoir d’un monde plus juste avec plus de paix, pour un engagement à l’augmentation de soi-meme, des uns avec les autres, et de nos communautés. Qu’il en soit ainsi.
— ColumbiaPublicHealth (@ColumbiaMSPH) November 16, 2015
The bell of St. Paul's Chapel on campus was rung at noon for victims of terrorism in #Paris, #Beirut and other cities. The #bell was given by the c/o 1893 @columbiaschoolofthearts "to ring out through the ages for truth, justice and liberty." Read messages to the #ColumbiaUniversity community on recent global events – universitylife.columbia.edu/news
Please join us at the Arts at Earl concert series on select Thursday evenings this fall. The Arts at Earl program welcomes gifted music students from Columbia University and Barnard College to the performance space at Earl Hall Center. Performances take place on select Thursday evenings, beginning at 6:00 p.m., in the Earl Hall Center, Broadway and 117th Street, on the Morningside campus.
Through the generosity of Religious Life Adviser Fr. Dan O’Reilly, Earl Hall Religious Life Fellows Yolanda Richard and Mouhamadou Diagne were able to attend the Fifth Avenue arrival of Pope Francis, on Thursday, September 24, 2015. (Video credit: Yolanda Richard)
Please join us every Tuesday evening, from September 22, 2015 through December 8, 2015, as we present a very special Music at St. Paul’ Organ Recital Series, featuring the recently restored Aeolian-Skinner Pipe Organ. Performances begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. and children are always welcome. If you require disability accommodations to attend this event, please contact Disability Services at 212-854-2388 or email@example.com.
The Office of the University Chaplain would like to welcome students back to campus. To celebrate, we had another deliciously successful ice cream social!
For those who missed the Baccalaureate Ceremony last Sunday (and for those who want to see it again!), the video is available here.
The Baccalaureate ceremony will be available for viewing live online here. If this link doesn’t work, click here to be redirected to the directory of Columbia’s graduation ceremonies’ online streaming services.
UPDATE (5/17/15, 3:40pm): The ceremony has finished, and the online streaming has moved on to other graduation ceremonies.