in New York State (April 2021)
EVENTS CELEBRATING RUSSIAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH 2014
by The Russian International Association of Columbia University (RIA)
Chto? Gde? Kogda? (What? Where? When?) is a traditional intellectual game extremely popular in the Russian-speaking world, and will be held completely in Russian at Columbia University. This synchronous game will involve teams from all over the world competing to answer the same questions. Everyone is welcome to come, no experience necessary!
March 15th 1.00 pm, Hamilton Hall, 303
April 5th 1.00 pm, Hamilton Hall 407
The Russian International Association of Columbia University (RIA) was created in 1998 in order to unify and educate the Columbia Community about the Russian language, culture, and the legacy of the Soviet and Post-Soviet countries. Anyone who shares a common background of growing up in the countries of the former Soviet Union, or who is simply interested in learning about the literary traditions and the riches of culture of Russia and former states of the Soviet Union is welcome to join our association.
Our events include traditional Russian cultural activities, Russian movie screenings, having dinners featuring traditional Russian food, going to Russian plays, dancing to Russian music, and participating in Russian literary nights. Furthermore, our social events include ice-skating trips, study breaks, and sports events, such as volleyball games. We also invite prominent speakers to educate our community about literary and political issues of interest. Our events are aimed at bringing together people who are interested in the Russian culture, giving them a chance to learn more about our rich cultural heritage. We have strong connections with other Russian-speaking organizations of the area like Russian-American Cultural Heritage centerhttp://www.rach-c.org/, Russian Club of NYU and other NYC colleges and universities, etc.
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Events are in Hamilton Hall of Columbia University, here is a map:
Directions: Take 1 train to 116th street. When outside, you should see massive black gates with a security booth on Broadway and 116th street. Enter the campus through the gates. After you pass a monument (Alma Mater) on your left, turn to your right, step down the stairs. After descending the stairs, turn left, and then there will be a monument of Alexander Hamilton on your right. Across from the monument of Alexander Hamilton, there’s an entrance to Hamilton Hall.