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The Columbia Chronicle

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The Columbia Chronicle

Molly Walsh, Former Co-Editor-in-Chief

All content by Molly Walsh
Chronicle, Ill NBC-you later

Chronicle, I’ll NBC-you later

By Molly Walsh, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 1, 2019
Fatal shooting on Ida B. Wells Drive

Fatal shooting on Ida B. Wells Drive

By Molly Walsh, Managing Editor
April 26, 2019
CFO Jerry Tarrer said the Voluntary Separation Incentive Program will hopefully help address budget and personnel expenditures on campus. | File Photo

College offers third faculty buyout

By Molly Walsh, Managing Editor
March 15, 2019

Fat Tuesday: glazed with heritage

By Molly Walsh, Managing Editor
March 4, 2019

Students seek degrees: too cool for school

By Molly Walsh, Managing Editor
February 5, 2019
Student Government Association introduced and hosted a variety of campus events this year to accomplish the organization’s three goals for the year: connect, inform and achieve.

SGA reflects on academic year goals

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
May 6, 2018
Members of the Student Government Association during their meeting on Apr. 17 in The Loft, 916 S. Wabash Ave.

SGA elects 2018–2019 Executive Board

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
April 23, 2018
What is better than a good book?

What is better than a good book?

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
April 9, 2018
Student Programming Board Owns It

Student Programming Board ‘Owns It’

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
April 9, 2018
Charles Castle’s legacy remembered

Charles Castle’s legacy remembered

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
March 31, 2018
SAA: Columbias most valuable players

SAA: Columbia’s most valuable players

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
March 26, 2018
The executive board of Columbias Student Government Association stands for a portrait at The Loft, 916 S. Wabash Ave. For the first time since SGA formed in 2002, the board consists of only black students.

SGA Redefines Blackness

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
February 26, 2018
3L Real Estate agreed to purchase the 731 S. Plymouth Court Building after purchasing the historic Johnson Publishing Building.

Johnson Publishing Building: Sold and Saved

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
December 11, 2017
President and CEO Kwang-wu Kim spoke with Columbia students at a Lets Chat event Tuesday, Nov. 14. Among the topics discussed were acces to facilities, staff shortage, the student center, and better forums to discuss issues at hand. The event was put on by SGA. 623 S. Wabash Ave.

Kim ‘chats’ with concerned students

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
November 20, 2017
Musa Reems has been making music since he was 15. He is currently working with Columbias AEMMP Records and will be releasing an EP soon.

AEMMP Records releases Musa Reems’ new EP

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
November 13, 2017
Columbia grad ‘rocks’ in musical

Columbia grad ‘rocks’ in musical

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
November 6, 2017
Offensive costumes: all tricks, no treats

Offensive costumes: all tricks, no treats

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
October 30, 2017
Known as the “Genius Grant,” the 2017 MacArthur Fellowship was awarded to Photography professor Dawoud Bey. 

Professor named MacArthur Fellow

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
October 23, 2017
“Grovedale High” is a teen drama web series created and produced by Columbia students. The show is set in 2005 and follows the life and love tribulations of emo, underdog high school students. 

Web series takes students to emo days

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
October 9, 2017
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College community celebrates Deaf Awareness Day

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
September 25, 2017
Reading Series

Fall 2017 Reading Series participants announced

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
September 25, 2017
Columbia student grows in the music industry

Columbia student grows in the music industry

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
September 18, 2017
A display of Cameron Schillings Portrait of a Soldier, on the 3rd floor of our library, 624 S. Michigan Ave. The piece is consists of hand-drawn portraits of 291 fallen soldiers from Illinois.

Exhibit honors fallen Illinois service members

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
September 14, 2017
Israeli producer and television personality, Gil Hovav will be interviewed in front of a live studio audience in collaboration with members of Frequency TV, Columbias student-run television station.

Gil Hovav will be spicing up Columbia

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
September 11, 2017
Students vulnerable to eating disorders

Students vulnerable to eating disorders

By Molly Walsh, Campus Reporter
September 11, 2017
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