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Ride-share, cab drivers unify for better regulations

November 2, 2018

Taxi, Uber and Lyft drivers chanted "drivers united will never be defeated" as they demanded safety regulations, better wages and increased transparency from the city at a rally on Oct. 31. “F...

Publishing Lab gives Publishing Opportunities to students

November 2, 2018

The Publishing Lab gives written student works opportunities to be published. ...

Tell a story, no submission needed

November 2, 2018

Do Not Submit is a live storytelling series open to anyone who has a story to tell. ...

Chicago “Drunk” Magic finds a modern-day home

October 23, 2018

Close-up magic, where magicians acknowledge their audience and break the fourth wall, was invented in the dive bars of Chicago, earning it the nickname "Chicago magic" —or, more affectionately, "dru...

Hey, You’re Paying For This: iShare

October 23, 2018

iShare is a research tool within Columbia’s library catalog. Is there a title checked out at Columbia that you need soon? Or is there a specific book you need that Columbia doesn’t have? iShare can ...

The First of its Kind, Digital Art Installation on theMart

October 9, 2018

Art on the Mart is a project rooted in collaboration. The installation is privately funded through Vornado Realty trust, owner of theMart building, and is estimated at about $8 million.By working with th...

“We the jury find the defendant, Jason Van Dyke, guilty”

October 8, 2018

Demonstrators rallied across Chicago Oct. 5 after Jason Van Dyke was found guilty of second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm. “My sons, like me, they’re afraid of...

Hey, You’re Paying for This: Buttons

September 18, 2018

The Workroom, located at 623 S Wabash on the first floor, allows current students to make 50 free buttons per semester. Students must print what they wish to put on the button, which can be found here:...

The Gist – Episode 3

September 17, 2018

The Gist, a short video summing up this week's news-on campus and off, as reported by Columbia College Chicago's awarding winning-student publication, The Chronicle....

Convocation Kick-starts New Year

September 7, 2018

New Student Convocation welcomed freshman to Columbia with a party in Grant Park, during which thousands of bubbles floated in the air, balloons flew high, student organizations stood behind tables fi...

Chicago’s Labor Day Legacy

September 5, 2018

The Chronicle takes to the streets to test Chicagoans' knowledge of their city's history with labor day. While reporting information regarding strikes on the South Side in 1893 helped create the insti...

Roskam, Casten supporters show up in support for debate

August 9, 2018

Incumbent Representative Peter Roskam (R, IL-6) held a debate with Democratic challenger Sean Casten July 26 at the Union League Club, 65 W. Jackson Blvd. Supporters of Roskam and Casten showed up in s...

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