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AEMMP records partners with global distribution company, takes label to a 'higher level'

AEMMP records partners with global distribution company, takes label to a ‘higher level’

June 10, 2020

Columbia’s student-run record label AEMMP Records has partnered with a global distribution company, bringing in revenue for the label and expanding its audience. “There is a deeper relationship...

BJ the Chicago Kid speaks to Columbia students | The Columbia Chronicle

November 9, 2015

Columbia’s Urban Music Association and AEMMP Records teamed up Nov. 4 to bring hip-hop soul artist BJ the Chicago Kid to Columbia’s Sherwood Building, 1312 S. Michigan Ave.  Students gathered to hear ...

A CTA ad promoting awareness for harassment.

CTA rolls out new anti- harassment campaign

October 19, 2015

Josey Omokheyeke, a senior music major, experienced verbal harassment from an older, “unstable” man while riding the CTA late at night. The man was friendly so Omokheyeke and her friend decided to be fr...

Outrage Culture: Justified or overblown?

Outrage Culture: Justified or overblown?

April 27, 2015

In recent weeks, Trevor Noah, a South African comedian and the designated successor to Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show,” received backlash for a series of tweets dating back to 2009.The tweets, in whic...

AEMMP Records celebrates spring release

By Arabella Breck

April 27, 2015

Student-run record label AEMMP Records unveiled its latest EP, Things & Stuff, on April 22 at a release party held at the Conaway Center in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. Building. The event featured performances from the two artists who split the EP—Scott Nadeau, a senior business & entrepreneurship major, and The Sea Empty. The event also featured performances from David Cline and the band Out The Car Window, both Col...

Speech-mimicking orangutan speaks volumes

Speech-mimicking orangutan speaks volumes

February 2, 2015

Little is known about the evolution of speech from humanity’s distant past. However, one orangutan named Tilda at Germany’s Cologne Zoo has brought researchers closer to an understanding of these unkn...

Rebecca Brunner, a sophomore music major, played an acoustic set and later performed with OBY at the AEMMP On the Rise Talent Showcase Nov. 19 at HAUS in the Quincy Wong Center at the 623 S. Wabash Ave. Building.

Columbia talent rises to the top of AEMMP

November 24, 2014

Students from across the college came to see six of Columbia’s rising stars perform as part of AEMMP Talent Agency’s annual “On the Rise” Talent Showcase on Nov. 19. The showcase grows out of the Busine...

Attorney General Lisa Madigan said Facebook, Twitter play key role in campus stalking

By Shardae Smith

January 31, 2011

When students’ Facebook updates are consistently posted, it can be an easy invitation to technology-based stalking. With GPS-enabled Twitter updates, a person’s location is more than accessible for stalkers who want to take it to the next level.Attorney General Lisa Madigan hosted an in-depth discussion at DePaul University’s School of Law, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., on Jan. 21, called “Campus Safety and CyberDangers: Stalkin...

Anatomically interconnected

By CiaraShook

November 16, 2009

Students listened to stories of life on the road and life on stage from a panel of “dudes” donning tattoos and jeans at “The Anatomy Of …  A Tour” among the low lights and cozy beanbags of The Loft in the 916 S. Wabash Ave. Building.The Student Programming Board and the Portfolio Center welcomed six professionals from the music industry on Nov. 9 to participate in the panel. The panel discussed the nuts and bolts...

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