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ASL Department celebrates 25 years

ASL Department celebrates 25 years

By Olivia Deloian, Campus Reporter
April 14, 2018
Drugmakers still place profit over people

Drugmakers still place profit over people

By Tyra Bosnic
September 18, 2017
James Van Manen, associate professor in the American Sign Language-English Interpretation Department, combined ASL and pop art in his solo art show displayed in room 404 of the 33 E. Congress Parkway Building.

Professor portrays Deaf culture through pop art

By Campus Reporter
October 10, 2016
Youth actors in the Neverbird Project theater group created and performed a darker rendition of the fairy tale Pinnochio.

New show relies on ‘Sight,’ not sound

By Arts & Culture Reporter
September 19, 2016
(Columbia)

ASL workshops expand deaf culture throughout the city

By Campus Reporter
September 6, 2016
Chicago Ballet Arts, a small dance school located in West Ridge, will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a benefit concert on June 18 including both students and alumni who have gone on to be professional dancers.

Chicago Ballet Arts shows kindness with anniversary

By Arts & Culture Reporter
April 25, 2016
The cast of About Face Theatre’s world premiere ‘Le Switch,’ perform at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave., as the show examines the antiquated stereotypes of gay marriage after its legalization in the United States. 

Theater Wit brings gay marriage to center stage

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
January 25, 2016
Nancy Rourke, the ASL deparment’s artist-in-residence, spoke about her art and activism work in the deaf community on Sept. 22 at 1104 S. Wabash Ave Building., coinciding with International Deaf Awareness Week, which takes place during the last week of September.

Deaf ‘artivist’ brings color to Columbia

By Campus Reporter
September 28, 2015
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