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Letter to the Editor: Chicago wouldn’t be Chicago without engineers and they need our support

Letter to the Editor: Chicago wouldn’t be Chicago without engineers and they need our support

By Letter to the Editor, by Linda Bauer Darr
October 16, 2019
“The Chicago Coloring Book: Iconic Landmarks and Hidden Gems” designed by Chris Arnold, an associate professor in the Design Department, became available this month in stores and online.

Professor explores Chicago with adult coloring book

By Amelia Garza, Campus Reporter
November 28, 2016
The “Creative Properties: Columbia’s South Loop Sidewalk Campus Since 1977” exhibit, located on the second floor of the library, located at 624 S. Michigan Ave., gives Columbia a glimpse of how it became part of the South Loop through historical and current photos of the buildings.

College’s South Loop history unfolds with exhibit

By Campus Reporter
December 14, 2015
Nielsen poses for a picture with a polar bear on his trip with Polar Bears  International’s Climate Alliance. 

Notable Native: Anthony Nielsen

By metro reporter
November 23, 2015

Midterm evaluations provide little insight

By Editorial Board
October 26, 2015
Ruins like these represent the rise and fall of great human ideas, said Allison Grant, assistant curator and education coordinator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.

‘Grace of Intention’ is photographic, monumental

By Arts & Culture Reporter
October 19, 2015
Two SC Johnson headquarters’ buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright are available for free tours through the biennial.

Chicago hosts first North American architecture biennial

By Arts & Culture Reporter
October 5, 2015

Literature collection exposes Chicago’s dark history

By Arts & Culture Reporter
September 28, 2015
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