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SATIRE: Blaise Mesa’s lost ‘MTV Cribs’ audition tape

April 1, 2019

Long before his time at The Chronicle, Managing Editor Blaise Mesa attempted to earn his rise to spotlight on "MTV Cribs." While we will never know what could have been, The Chronicle scoured its countless...

Columbia alums: ‘Oh, the places you’ll go’

Columbia alums: ‘Oh, the places you’ll go’

September 25, 2017

Lena Waithe, a 2006 television alumna, made history Sept. 17 by becoming the first black woman to win an Emmy award for outstanding comedy writing in a television series. Though definitely the most ...

Living in a box: the millennial housing squeeze

Living in a box: the millennial housing squeeze

September 18, 2017

One would be hard-pressed to fit a bed, kitchen, bathroom and all their belongings into a Chicago parking space, but some renters could if they had to.In the world of micro-apartments, walls shift to re...

Protesters ask Duckworth, Durbin to reject EPA nominee

Protesters ask Duckworth, Durbin to reject EPA nominee

January 30, 2017

“Hear us: we reject the EPA-elect,” chanted protesters downtown Jan. 25, who voice their concerns with Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt.“[Pruitt] has...

My Gold Mask works anxiety in new album

My Gold Mask works anxiety in new album

January 25, 2016

With its raw, emotional lyrics and synthetic electronic beats, electronic post-punk band My Gold Mask has garnered a loyal following in Chicago. The band’s second full-length studio album, ANXIOUS U...

Class warfare goes both ways on income ladder

By Associate Editor

February 10, 2014

Class warfare has people volleying verbal bullets up and down the income ladder and a New York University student is taking the brunt of the attack.Vanessa Csordas-Jenkins, a junior theater and dramatic literature studies student at NYU, is under fire along with all other students who rely on their parents for money.Csordas-Jenkins was featured in a column titled “The Hunt,” a weekly offering of The New York Times in which people...

NLRB trial concludes

By Alexandra Kukulka

December 3, 2012

by Lindsey Woods & Alexandra KukulkaThe legal proceedings involving Columbia’s part-time faculty union and the college resumed Nov. 27 after a month-long hiatus.Testimony on Nov. 27 and Nov. 28 concluded the trial in National Labor Relations Board court under administrative law judge Geoffrey Carter. His final decision concerning P-Fac’s accusations that the college is not bargaining in good faith will be announced Jan...

Stand Off in Uptown

By Brent Lewis

December 8, 2011

Four people were arrested after a six-hour standoff on Dec. 5 on the 4600 block of North Broadway. Three individuals barricaded themselves in a building around 4:15 after another individual involved in a firearms investigation, was arrested six hours earlier. The individuals involved were “wanted” and Town Hall District officers and ATF agents were notified that they were in the Chicago area. The incident caused the CTA ...

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