The Jester of Columbia is Columbia University's only humor magazine. Founded in 1901, the Jester is also one of the oldest publications on campus. The Jester is a submissions-based humor magazine with a specific one word theme for each issue. The current theme is "Orientation." Alumni of the magazine include playwright Tony Kushner and intellectual Peter Duchamp.
Are you a Columbia student who wants to get involved in the Jester? We are always looking for new writers, artists, and In Design mavens as well as general fans. Email [email protected] for information.
The Jester is provided free of charge to Columbia students. When distributed, issues can be found in any of the student publication racks on campus. They can also be ordered to mailboxes.
Interested in advertising with the Jester? Contact [email protected] for rates and information.