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Deborah Maue, vice president of Strategic Marketing & Communications, has been working with third party firms to help rebrand the college. 

New branding initiative targets select students, parents

January 25, 2016

As the college works to recraft its image, select students were invited on Jan. 13 to participate in a paid survey that sought feedback on two proposed branding ideas, according to Deborah Maue, vice pres...

Maureen Feck, activist for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and director of events and meetings for True Value Hardware, sat down with The Chronicle to talk about the disease and how the network is beneficial for patients.

Notable Native: Maureen Feck

November 30, 2015

After losing her father to pancreatic cancer in 2007, Maureen Feck joined the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network to help other families affected by the disease. Feck, who works as the director of events and m...

Hillary in 2016 would ensure equality for all

By Sports & Health Reporter

April 27, 2015

The last time a Clinton was in office, the economy was booming, public debt was decreasing, unemployment was at its second-lowest in 30 years and the crime rate was at a 26-year low. Although Bill won’t be on the presidential ballot in 2016, his inspirational wife Hillary will be. Clinton announced her second bid for president on April 12 after two years of speculation and rumors. While many were quick to denounce her and her cam...

YouTube videos portray binge drinking as humor, not reality

YouTube videos portray binge drinking as humor, not reality

March 9, 2015

In the millennial era, many are not surprised that portrayals of youth in the media tend to include the element of excessive alcohol consumption when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention repo...

The night he comes home…to the disco

By Luke Wilusz

October 25, 2010

John Carpenter’s classic “Halloween” set a high standard for slasher films when it was first released in 1978. It practically created the modern horror genre, and it has been imitated and outright copied for more than three decades by countless other films. It’s one of the most iconic movies of the ’70s and a masterpiece of horror filmmaking.Siblings Karen and Richard Carpenter were a music duo in the ’70s, re...

Let students design Columbia ads

By Lauren Kelly

September 21, 2009

This past summer, Columbia created a billboard campaign aimed at reaching prospective students and donors to the college, as well as increasing awareness about Columbia in the Chicago community. The ads rotate in nine different locations that are prominently displayed on various city highways and outside the Ogilvie Transportation Center, 500 W. Madison St.The billboards, which show students jumping in the air with the word ...

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