The Columbia Chronicle

Hank DeZutter, former Columbia instructor and Chicago journalism maverick, dies at 80
Hank DeZutter, former Columbia instructor and Chicago journalism maverick, dies at 80
By Olivia Cohen, Managing Editor
Courtesy of Phil Dembinski via Columbia College Chicago.
Shawn Wax leaves the college, President Kim to take over alumni relations and fundraising
By Anna Busalacchi, Co-Editor-in-Chief
On the sixth floor of the Palmer House Hilton Hotel, 17 E. Monroe St., prospective students and international Fulbright alumni gather for the panel discussion on the importance of exchange programs.
Associate professor speaks at WorldChicago Diplomacy Summit on Fulbright scholarship experience
By Irvin Ibarra, Staff Reporter
ROSIE sings on the BMI Stage at Lollapalooza.
Rising star ROSIE talks honesty in songwriting and what her music brings to the table
By Abra Richardson, Staff Reporter
Fans from near and far, raise their arms and rock out to Green Day.
Blogapalooza Day 4: Lollapalooza closes out the festival with a mix of nostalgia and new as Green Day returns and J-Hope makes history
By Abra Richardson, Staff Reporter
J. Cole headlines the T-Mobile Stage and performs his hip-hop set to a huge crowd.
Blogapalooza Day 3: Lollapalooza’s Saturday lineup continues the party as crowds get bigger; J.Cole, WILLOW and Kygo headline
By Abra Richardson, Staff Reporter
From Squishmallows to fundraising: Support for Highland Park community continues in creative ways
From Squishmallows to fundraising: Support for Highland Park community continues in creative ways
By Abra Richardson and Kamy Smelser
Along the intersection of Blue Island Avenue and West Cullerton Street, a section marking the start of the first Fiesta del Sol festival in the 70s is honored.
Pilsen celebrates the 50th anniversary of Fiesta del Sol with honorary new name for part of Blue Island Avenue
By Irvin Ibarra, Staff Reporter
A little girl looks down at notes and flowers left at a memorial in downtown Highland Park.
'We're strong together': Highland Park residents grieve, demand legislative change
By K'Von Jackson and Abra Richardson
Police investigate a shooting near the 1200 block of South Michigan Avenue on March 14.
Editorial: Columbia’s lackluster active shooting resources leave students in harm's way
By Editorial Board
The American Dream
The American Dream
By Kayla Macedo, Lead Graphic Designer
A New School Year
A New School Year
By Kayla Macedo, Lead Graphic Designer
Alum explores trauma experienced by African diaspora through dance and music
Alum explores trauma experienced by African diaspora through dance and music
By Peter Midwa, Multimedia Director
Media Hub Minute Episode 22
Media Hub Minute Episode 22
By Kristen Gesicki, Staff Reporter
Media Hub Minute Episode 21
Media Hub Minute Episode 21
By Justice Lewis, Copy Editor
Jesus People USA gathers for worship in the early years of the commune in 1972. 
Photo courtesy of Tom Crozier.
Uptown commune Jesus People USA turns 50 and faces dwindling membership
By Kamy Smelser, Echo magazine
Vicki Lei.
Falling through the cracks: Autistic people of color fight for services
By Hayden Mears, Echo magazine
Photo by Gian Cescon via Unsplash.
Our smartphones are harming us, right? Nope! You control how much power your phone has over you
By Olivia Covey, Echo magazine
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