WELCOME to @ColumbiaJourn’s SOCIAL MEDIA WEEKEND 2013!
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Feb. 15-16-17 (Fri-Sat-Sun)
Location: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 2950 Broadway (between 116th & 115th Street in Upper Manhattan’s Morningside Heights neighborhood)
Subway: Take the #1 train to the 116th St. and Broadway Stop – Columbia University.
Buses: the #104 bus stops at 116th and Broadway and the #11 bus stops at 116th and Amsterdam.
Parking: You are better off using public transportation, but here you go: http://www.columbia.edu/about_columbia/parking.html
Hotels: You can find Columbia-recommended hotels at http://www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu/admissions/visiting/accom.php
DIRECTIONS: When you get to 116th St and Broadway, you’ll see the main gates of the University in front of you. Journalism is the large building to the right of these main gates. You must walk down College Walk and around this building to enter on the other side. You can also enter at 115th and Broadway and turn left past the 1st building and walk towards Journalism (next to Brad’s cafe).
FOOD: Some recommendations for a quick bite near the school during your break.Make sure to check in on Foursquare. Snap a shot of your grub and shout out that you ate it while @ColumbiaJourn #smwknd
Brad’s Café, Downstairs at the Journalism School
SPECIAL DEAL: 10% off everything (except bottled water and baked goods). Enjoy!
Ollie’s Noodle Shop, 2957 Broadway at 116th Street
@Sree likes the vegetable dumplings.
Koronet Pizza, 2848 Broadway, between West 110th & 111th streets. Possibly the biggest slice you can get in
Panino Sportivo, 1231 Amsterdam Ave. at 122nd Street
Delicious paninis and salads. Have a sweet tooth? Make sure to get a hot chocolate with nutella.
Absolute Bagels, 2788 Broadway, between West 107th and West 108th streets Some argue these are the best bagels in Manhattan.
Amir’s Mediterranean Cuisine
2911-A Broadway, between West 112th and West