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Chronicle TV: College increases scholarship efforts, students march to president’s house

This week our host, Uriel Reyes discusses the college’s increasing scholarships efforts.

Columbia students don’t pay the full $31,000 tuition price to attend the college. With 96% of first-year students this fall received a discounted rate from scholarships. Columbia is tuition-driven, meaning its income primarily comes from tuition.

Columbia’s part-time faculty union continues to strike into its second weekend.

On Friday, Nov. 10, students and professors marched to President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim’s residence where they brought art supplies to do an “art build” outside of the residence.

This episode of Chronicle TV was filmed on Friday, Nov. 10, 2023.

Hosted by Uriel Reyes and Olivia Cohen. Camera operated by Leah Love. Audio by Araceli Ramirez. Written, directed, produced and edited by Andres Guerra. Graphics by Alex Suarez.

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Uriel Reyes
Uriel Reyes, Reporter
ureyes@columbiachronicle.com   Uriel Reyes is a sophomore music performance major, minoring in journalism. He primarily covers the Muesum of Contemporary Photography, and the Dance and Theatre Departments. Reyes has also written student spotlight articles and film reviews. He joined the Chronicle in January 2023.   Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Andres Guerra
Andres Guerra, Former Director of Multimedia
aguerra@columbiachronicle.com   Andres Guerra is a senior photojournalism major, minoring in creative writing, with a concentration in poetry. Guerra produces Chronicle TV, and Chronicle's two podcasts, Chronicle Headlines and Chronversations. Guerra joined the Chronicle in February 2023.   Hometown: Dallas, Texas