The Columbia Chronicle

A sign displayed outside the United Staff of Columbia Colleges office at 600 S. Michigan Ave. calls for a salary increase for staff members.
Staff union enters contract negotiations with possible first strike vote looming
By Camryn Cutinello, Co-Editor-In-Chief
The Student Government Association speaks at New Student Convocation at Grant Park Sept. 3.
SGA's new executive board strives to bring Columbia back together again
By Jordan Perkins, Staff Reporter
A long line of gloved students celebrating the return to campus at Good Vibes in The Garden, forms outside of the tie-dye station at The Garden, 20 E. 11th St.
Columbia gives new and returning students 'Good Vibes' during last day of Welcome Weekend
By Kristen Gesicki, Staff Reporter
Viral TikTok trend promoting productivity may be doing more harm than good, students and faculty say
Viral TikTok trend promoting productivity may be doing more harm than good, students and faculty say
By Rachel Patel, Staff Reporter
Lit Fest attendees gather around a booth looking for a new read.
Annual Printers Row Lit Fest held for the first time since the start of pandemic
By Olivia Cohen, Staff Reporter
Columbia students say these are the top fashion trends that will reappear this fall
Columbia students say these are the top fashion trends that will reappear this fall
By Rachel Patel, Staff Reporter
Former Georgia state legislator Stacey Abrams gets a welcoming round of applause from the crowd at the annual CFW luncheon.
'I vote because of the promise of progress': Stacey Abrams takes on voter suppression, reproductive rights at Chicago luncheon
By Olivia Cohen, Staff Reporter
Little Village community members march west on 24th Street toward Ald. Michael D. Rodriguezs (22nd Ward) office, protesting the use of ShotSpotter in Chicago July 29.
Chicago Inspector General report questions ShotSpotter's value; ACLU concerned
By Valentina Pucarelli, Photojournalist
A freshly cracked egg that was thrown at Autumn Schoolman, a member of the Chicago Egg Hunters Facebook group, rests on a Clark Street sidewalk. Courtesy of Autumn Schoolman.
Chicago residents attacked by eggs — how they came together to crack the case
By Nathan Sirkin, Staff Reporter
Letter to the Editor: Columbias lack of policy regarding religious absences remains inexcusable
Letter to the Editor: Columbia's lack of policy regarding religious absences remains inexcusable
By Abby Seitz
Letter to the Editor: Open letter to the Columbia community
Letter to the Editor: Open letter to the Columbia community
By Full-Time Faculty of the Communication Department
Petes Fresh Market at 2333 W. Madison St. offers a wide variety of fruits, vegetables and alternatives for meat and dairy.
Opinion: The key to preventing a future pandemic is in changing the way we treat animals
By Valentina Pucarelli, Photojournalist
Returning students, alums share their advice for first-year Columbia students
Returning students, alums share their advice for first-year Columbia students
By Shane Verkest and Zachary Clingenpeel
Students respond to optional fall U-Pass
Students respond to optional fall U-Pass
By Shane Verkest, Multimedia Reporter
Northalsted pedestrians weigh in on Pride month
Northalsted pedestrians weigh in on Pride month
By Zachary Clingenpeel and Valentina Pucarelli
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