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A Wicked Week encourages students to team up in a new, spooky way
A 'Wicked Week' encourages students to team up in a new, spooky way
By Seanice Batchman, Staff Reporter
Author of “Hood Healing” Vee L. Harrison dives into the issues that Black youth face in their community while also exploring her own pain and trauma.
Columbia alum debuts 'Hood Healing,' dissecting generational trauma in Chicago's Black neighborhoods
By Amaris Edwards, Staff Reporter
BREAKING: Staff union strike authorization vote expected to pass as contract negotiations continue
BREAKING: Staff union strike authorization vote expected to pass as contract negotiations continue
By Camryn Cutinello, Co-Editor-in-Chief
In large bold letters, Barbra Kruger’s exhibition Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You. speaks volumes through bold typefaces.
'Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You.': Inside Barbara Kruger's 'radical' Art Institute exhibition
By Rachel Patel, Staff Reporter
Anyone is welcome to pick up and trade artwork through the Wabash Art Drop, which sits outside of the 623 S. Wabash Ave. building decorated in stickers and artwork from current and former Columbia students.
How one repurposed newspaper bin sparked a chain of free community art sharing spaces
By Irvin Ibarra, Staff Reporter
First-year Columbia student performs on The Voice
First-year Columbia student performs on 'The Voice'
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
The table for Dream Chicago is filled with art supplies, stickers and dreams of students at Columbia College Chicago.
Dream Chicago: Keeping Chicagoans' heads in the clouds
By Anna Busalacchi, Managing Editor
The crowd chants “Sky in four” as confetti floats around Pritzker Pavilion.
Fans crowd Michigan Avenue, Pritzker Pavilion celebrating the Chicago Sky's WNBA championship
By Olivia Cohen and Abra Richardson
Aryana Robinson, 16, gets help preparing for the 68th Annual Chicago Powwow’s evening Grand Procession, Oct. 9.
68th Annual Chicago Powwow invites tribal reunion, educates non-natives
By Robin Sluzas, Staff Reporter
Awkward: How do you approach the topic of vaccination status to keep social gatherings safe?
Awkward: How do you approach the topic of vaccination status to keep social gatherings safe?
By Summer Hoagland-Abernathy, Senior Editor
Opinion: American Girls Eid al-Fitr doll outfit opens up opportunities for accurate Muslim representation
Opinion: American Girl's Eid al-Fitr doll outfit opens up opportunities for accurate Muslim representation
By Samaher AbuRabah, Staff Reporter
Awkward: How to move from talking to dating
Awkward: How to move from 'talking' to 'dating'
By Summer Hoagland-Abernathy, Senior Editor
Media Hub Minute Episode 2
Media Hub Minute Episode 2
By Kristen Gesicki, Staff Reporter
Media Hub Minute Episode 1
Media Hub Minute Episode 1
By Jordan Perkins
Protesters holding decorated signs listen to the speakers demanding action on climate change.
Climate activists demand action during protests in Millennium Park
By Bianca Kreusel, Photojournalist
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