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Columbia grad ‘rocks’ in musical

Columbia grad ‘rocks’ in musical

November 6, 2017

Playing the ultimate stick-it-to-the-man rocker that many grew familiar with following 2003’s “School of Rock” film, Rob Colletti, a 2011 Columbia theatre alumnus, stars as Dewey Finn in the Broadway in Chicago production “School of Rock: The Musical.” The show debuted ...

Theatre alumna lands coveted job

Theatre alumna lands coveted job

November 14, 2016

A year after graduating from Columbia’s Theatre Department, Danielle Jackman landed an ensemble role at a prestigious regional venue. Jackman, a 2015 theatre alumna, scored a role in a theatrical rendition of the 1952 film “Singin’ in the Rain” at the Marriott Theatre. ...

Shock over Trump presidency sparks political artwork

Shock over Trump presidency sparks political artwork

November 14, 2016

As the country adjusts to a new president-elect, art has a lot to say about the new political reality.Local arts collective Birch Reincliff planted an elephant sculpture at Water Tower Plaza Nov. 1 emblaz...

ASL workshops expand deaf culture throughout the city

ASL workshops expand deaf culture throughout the city

September 6, 2016

Columbia’s American Sign Language-English Interpretation Department will bring back its ASL Institute Sept. 13, which offers sign language workshops to students and Chicagoans.According to Columbia's A...

Virtuoso grad shares theatre with ukulele

Virtuoso grad shares theatre with ukulele

November 2, 2015

Columbia has always been a place where students can be themselves and express their art freely, said alumnus Narciso Lobo, a singer/songwriter, ukulele player, actor and 1995 graduate with a bachelor’s ...

Local leaders nominate Charleston church for Nobel Peace Prize

By METRO REPORTER

October 19, 2015

City Clerk Susana  Mendoza and Thornton Township Supervisor Frank Zuccarelli gathered with religious and civic leaders on Oct. 14 to nominate the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, for a Nobel Peace Prize. The church was targeted June 17 in a racially motivated shooting that killed nine members of the congregation. The Emanuel AME church was nominated for the Peace Prize for its resp...

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