The Columbia Chronicle

The Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Ida B. Wells Drive, has been home to Columbia’s commencement ceremonies since 2017 and will host once again in 2022.
BREAKING: First in-person Commencement in 3 years scheduled for May at the Auditorium Theatre
By Noah Jennings, Co-Editor-in-Chief
BREAKING: Staff union votes to ratify new contract, averting possible strike
BREAKING: Staff union votes to ratify new contract, averting possible strike
By Camryn Cutinello, Co-Editor-In-Chief
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BREAKING: Columbia enacts 'Get Boosted or Get Tested' policy for the spring semester
By Noah Jennings, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Film Festival dedicates its monthly screening to Celebrating Womxns Voices
Midwest Film Festival dedicates its monthly screening to 'Celebrating Womxn's Voices'
By Olivia Cohen, Staff Reporter
Singer-songwriter Joy Crookes performed music from her debut album Skin at a secret performance in front of an intimate crowd in Chicago Dec. 4 at Soho House. Courtesy of Epic Records.
Joy Crookes gives fans an intimate performance during secret Chicago stop on her Soho Rising Tour
By Abra Richardson, Staff Reporter
Aaron Ortega (left) and Giovanni Mayfield-Wubbena (right) discuss retirement and low turnout at synagogue in the opening scene of Beneath the Orange Tree.
Review: Student production 'Beneath the Orange Tree' a thought-provoking look into a complex family
By Nathan Sirkin, Staff Reporter
Keeping comics alive: The resilience of the comic book community and stores throughout the pandemic
Keeping comics alive: The resilience of the comic book community and stores throughout the pandemic
By Irvin Ibarra, Staff Reporter
Juana Arreguín, owner of Nevería El Sabor de México on 18th Street in Pilsen (pictured), worked with artist Tatiana Garcia for their submission to the Pilsen Christmas Window Walk.
Pilsen preps for the holidays with its second annual Christmas Window Walk
By Irvin Ibarra, Staff Reporter
Too Good To Go app transforms Chicagos food waste into cheap takeout
Too Good To Go app transforms Chicago's food waste into cheap takeout
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
I pose for a self portrait earlier this year in my apartment where I have spent much of the last year due to the pandemic.
Column: It hurts so much to say goodbye
By Zachary Clingenpeel, Co-Director of Photography
Awkward: Beginning discussions about sex with your child — or parent
Awkward: Beginning discussions about sex with your child — or parent
By Summer Hoagland-Abernathy, Senior Editor
Big Time Rush reunites for a ‘Big Night’ in Chicago as they perform their first full show at the Chicago Theater on Dec. 15.
Column: A fan gets a 'Rush' from seeing one of her favorite groups return to the stage
By Gabby Bach, Copy Editor
Media Hub Minute Episode 10
Media Hub Minute Episode 10
By Kristen Gesicki, Staff Reporter
Media Hub Minute Episode 9
Media Hub Minute Episode 9
By Justice Lewis, Copy Editor
Media Hub Minute Episode 7
Media Hub Minute Episode 7
By Kristen Gesicki, Staff Reporter
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