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Columbia College Women:
The Columbia College Women (CCW) Association is setting up a Europe group which will be based in London.
CCW in Europe will connect alumnae in Europe through a series of Columbia College signature events with a focus on women’s issues and empowerment. We welcome you to join CCW to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of coeducation at Columbia College with a special day of programming on Sunday, June 12 featuring distinguished alumnae voices.
To learn about CCW Europe read more HERE or reach out to Cecilia Nwobi-Jokisch CC’92: [email protected]
Exclusive: "A Number" at the Old Vic | March 2 @ 19:30
Take in an exclusive night of theater at the Old Vic.
Join fellow Columbia alumni and members of the Brown Club of the UK. Through this partnership with Brown, we've been offered a limited number of £32 discounted tickets, which includes a complimentary program and a welcome drink.
A Number, features Lennie James (The Walking Dead, Line of Duty) and Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You), who play father and sons in Caryl Churchill’s gripping drama about what it costs to start again.
If you missed it…
In October, we were lucky enough to host an exclusive discussion with the filmmakers of Demigod (2021), Rachel Nichols CC’03 [The Amityville Horror (2005), Star Trek (2009), Continuum (2012–2015)] who plays “Robin” and Miles Doleac [The Historian (2014), The Hollow (2016), The Dinner Party (2020)] the writer and director.
Check out our the full filmmakers' discussion on YouTube.
We are pleased to announce that it’s finally available for the first time in the UK today, 21st of February. It’s available on iTunes, Amazon Prime, and other Video On Demand services.
“Rachel Nichols brings the biggest star power to this film, which will see her bringing everything to this role, showing the strength to survive and do the right thing, while showing the weakness placed on her character from the past.” — MoviesReview101
“Demigod is a dark and brooding entry in the folk horror subgenre, featuring a great setting and a commanding performance from its often underrated genre star.” — Horror DNA
“Bloody Carnage" — UK Film Review