The Columbia Chronicle

 1980 film alumnus and cinematographer Michael Goi spoke to students Oct. 22 at Film Row Cinema, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., to give advice on how to get past the fear of making it in Hollywood. Goi showed scenes from “American Horror Story: Hotel” and explained his professional journey while showing students they can be successful.

Making it in Hollywood: The real ‘American Horror Story’

October 29, 2018

Sarah Paulson walks through a dark corridor in a psychiatric hospital, searching for answers as she portrays journalist Lana Winters looking for the infamous killer Bloody Face. She turns her flashli...

Ventra is launching a smartphone app this summer that will allow Metra, PACE and CTA riders to buy and display tickets and add value to transit cards on their phones. The app is currently in beta testing and feedback is being collected from more than 1,000 people. 

New Ventra app set for release by the beginning of summer

April 27, 2015

Metra, PACE and CTA riders in Chicago will soon be able to purchase tickets and reload Ventra cards through their smartphones.The app, which will debut as early as May or as late as June, includes a mob...

Gaga sings her way into next season of her career

By Managing Editor

March 2, 2015

Every so often, Lady Gaga breaks the mold she previously set for herself and surprises the masses—at least those viewers who don’t know her too well. Gaga graced the Oscars stage for the first time on Feb. 22, performing a medley tribute to “The Sound of Music,” after which the 1965 film’s star Julie Andrews appeared on stage with tears in her eyes—she even gave Gaga what appeared to be a very genuine hug. G...

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