The Columbia Chronicle

Columbia makes honor roll as one of America’s Best Colleges for Student Voting
Columbia makes honor roll as one of America’s Best Colleges for Student Voting
By Kamy Smelser, News Editor
From the library to laundry rooms: A guide to accessibility on campus
From the library to laundry rooms: A guide to accessibility on campus
By Amina Sergazina , Zoë Takaki, and Addison Annis
Columbia takes action to improve student retention
Columbia takes action to improve student retention
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance, dressed in a coat and a headwrap, performs energetically on stage as the crowd screams in excitement.
YUNGBLUD, Jake Hill, carolesdaughter and more talk mental health, art and college degrees at Riot Fest
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
Photographer Gene Ambo recently released his book Heavy Metro: Access All Eras, which highlights many of his favorite bands that have played at the classic Chicago venue.
Concert photographer Gene Ambo talks new book, industry advice and Metro Chicago's history
By Robin Sluzas, Staff Reporter
Syzygal lead singer Anna Soltys performs with the band for the first time at the inaugural Sacred Rose festival on Aug. 27.
Columbia alum talks about Sacred Rose festival performance, motherhood and evolving as an artist
By Olivia Cohen, Managing Editor
Harris (center) ends her speech with Stratton (left) and Pritzker by her side quoting Coretta Scott King.
Vice President Kamala Harris visits UIC supporting Pritzker's reelection, abortion rights
By Elizabeth Rymut , Staff Reporter
Revelers gather on Harrison Street, waving flags, playing instruments, dancing and singing together in celebration of Mexican Independence Day.
'Viva México!': Streets of Chicago fill for three days of celebration
By Elizabeth Rymut, Staff Reporter
Douglass Park is fenced off in order to begin preparations for Riot Fest. Photo courtesy of Denise Ferguson.
After years of damage and disruption, Douglass Park residents want Riot Fest to relocate
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
Packing Up
Packing Up
By Kailey Ryan, Graphic Designer
M.O.D.O.G.
M.O.D.O.G.
By Elias Gonzalez, Graphic Designer
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
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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