The Columbia Chronicle

Muchen Wangs dog, Xueli, traveled almost 7,000 miles from Zhengzhou, China, to join her in Chicago. According to Wang, the Chinese characters she uses for Xueli, 雪粒, mean a drop of snow like rice, a reference to the white splotch of fur on Xuelis chest.
When abroad is America: International student population on the rebound with support from college
By Laura Hawbaker, Staff Reporter
Love hard and live hard: Candace Hart-Hathaway celebrated for her boldness
'Love hard and live hard': Candace Hart-Hathaway celebrated for her boldness
By Kimberly Kapela, Copy Editor
Braids and bucks: Balancing the price of Black hair care and DIY alternatives
Braids and bucks: Balancing the price of Black hair care and DIY alternatives
By Leah Love, Staff Reporter
Suki Waterhouse takes the stage before Father John Misty on Sept. 29 at the Chicago Theatre.
Suki Waterhouse makes the Chicago Theatre the 'Coolest Place in the World'
By Abra Richardson, Staff Reporter
Conan Gray electrifies the crowd at his sold out and largest show to date at the Huntington Bank Pavilion on Northerly Island.
Column: Conan Gray cures Chicago-sized 'Superache'
By Justice Lewis, News Editor
Despite this being Anna Shoemakers first ever tour, she swiftly moves up on stage with confidence as her set begins.
'Be more dramatic': Singer-songwriter Anna Shoemaker talks new album, her emotions behind it
By Zoë Takaki and Addison Annis
Unpleasantry is a common theme throughout the museum, as torture contraptions such as torture shoes are found around every corner at the Medieval Torture Museum.
Medieval Torture Museum mixes fun and fear
By Amina Sergazina, Staff Reporter
Protesters dressed as various animals lie on the ground as if they died due to the effects of climate change outside Chase Tower, 10 S. Dearborn St.
Fridays for Future leads annual global climate strike
By Elizabeth Rymut, Staff Reporter
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
Editor’s Note: Back to school with our best foot forward
Editor’s Note: Back to school with our best foot forward
By Anna Busalacchi, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Packing Up
Packing Up
By Kailey Ryan, Graphic Designer
M.O.D.O.G.
M.O.D.O.G.
By Elias Gonzalez, Graphic Designer
Media Hub Minute Episode 1
Media Hub Minute Episode 1
By Justice Lewis, News Editor
Protesters dressed as various animals lie on the ground as if they died due to the effects of climate change outside Chase Tower, 10 S. Dearborn St.
Fridays for Future leads annual global climate strike
By Elizabeth Rymut, Staff Reporter
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
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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