The Columbia Chronicle

The Office of Equity Issues Director and Title IX Coordinator Neil Callicoat is in Room 315 at 623 S. Wabash Ave.
College hires new full-time Title IX investigator, envisions partnerships with Title IX experts
By Anna Busalacchi, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Pepper spray is one self-defense item that is a necessity for many living in a big city.
Authorities urge vigilance, offer safety tips to prevent assault
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
New SDI event HISTORYtalks explores Native American histories, underrepresentation in academia
New SDI event 'HISTORYtalks' explores Native American histories, underrepresentation in academia
By Ruth Johnson, Copy Editor
Located at 623 S. Wabash Ave. in room 411, the Porous Gallery hosts the latest exhibition, The Discarded.
Porous Gallery embraces the art of trash in 'The Discarded' exhibition
By Kimberly Kapela, Copy Editor
Fans shout along with every word to the hit song “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” as Panic! At The Disco emerges from a haze of fog, performing their first song of the night.
Panic! At The Disco gives fans a ‘House of Memories’ at the United Center
By Jared Callaway, Photojournalist
A couple of paintings created by McLuckie line the walls at Press Here Studio.
Columbia alum and adjunct team up for colorful exhibition exploring 'madness' for queer people
By Amina Sergazina and Abra Richardson
Vinyl records and boots are on display near the window at Vintage Goose on 1538 N. Halsted St.
Fashion boutique Vintage Goose uplifts local, independent artists
By Kimberly Kapela, Copy Editor
Breakfast and lunch restaurant LaSalle Cafe Luna, located at 63 E. Harrison St., is just a short walk from a handful of Columbia buildings and residence halls.
In a rush or seeking a night out? South Loop restaurants offer affordable options
By Cierra Lemott, Staff Reporter
Duckworth begins to answer questions from reporters on her victory after being elected to serve a second term in the U.S. Senate.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth wins reelection to U.S. Senate
By Robin Sluzas, Staff Reporter
Opinion: United Nations allows fossil fuel immoralists to desecrate our climate
Opinion: United Nations allows fossil fuel immoralists to desecrate our climate
By Elizabeth Rymut, Staff Reporter
Letter to the Editor: An open letter to the Columbia College Chicago community
Letter to the Editor: An open letter to the Columbia College Chicago community
By CCC AAUP Advocacy Chapter
Column: Living past religious trauma and reconnecting with my past
Column: Living past religious trauma and reconnecting with my past
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
Video: Falisa Rays Raising Simba hits the ground running following book release
Video: Falisa Ray's 'Raising Simba' hits the ground running following book release
By Peter Midwa, Multimedia Director
Media Hub Minute Episode 7
Media Hub Minute Episode 7
By Noah Jennings, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Media Hub Minute Episode 6
Media Hub Minute Episode 6
By Justice Lewis, News 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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