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Black Lives Matter co-founder speaks at UIC | The Columbia Chronicle

April 11, 2016

A collaborative effort between Opal Tometi, Pattrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza, the phrase “Black Lives Matter” erupted after the acquittal of George Zimmerman. Often referred to as the new civil right...

Experimental suicide prevention workshop guided by Susan Imus | The Columbia Chronicle

April 4, 2016

In memory of a young woman who took her own life, the Shannon Hardy Making Connections program seeks to educate schools and universities about suicide warning signs and body-mind awareness. Susan Imus,...

MAP Grant veto threatens graduation | The Columbia Chronicle

February 22, 2016

Gov. Bruce Rauner said on Feb. 2 he plans to veto a bill that would fund grants provided by the state to low income students. On Feb. 16, members of several Chicago colleges gathered at the Thompson Center...

Library filling tech resource gap | The Columbia Chronicle

February 1, 2016

Last semester 3D printing, digital single-lens reflex cameras and video cameras became available to students of all majors thanks to the library. Many resources like cameras are only available to stude...

Chicago for Bernie | The Columbia Chronicle

February 1, 2016

The Chicago March For Bernie met Jan. 23 to rally before the first primary votes in Iowa on Feb. 1. Dancing group Brave and Barefoot warmed up the group in Daley Plaza, 50 W. Washington St., before a ser...

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Metra on track to make major changes

February 1, 2016

Dramatic new safety technology, along with better, more comfortable seats with cupholders and armrests are on the horizon for Columbia students who commute to school aboard Metra trains. But there’s a ...

March for life vs. March for Lies | The Columbia Chronicle

January 25, 2016

Two organized marches regarding abortion started in front of Federal Plaza, 50 W. Adams St., on Jan 17.  March for Life, a Washington D.C. based organization, is the largest gathering of pro-life supp...

Advising Center implements new model with new leadership

Brian Marth, executive director of the College Advising Center, works to centralize the College Advising Center and bring clarity to students.

By Campus Reporter

December 7, 2015

Brian Marth, former director of the College Advising Center, has been promoted to executive director amid changes to the center’s structure, according to a Nov. 30 emailed announcement from the Office o...

The ‘Happenchance’ traveling WWII photography exhibit’s opening reception was held on Nov. 12 at the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago at 500 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 1450. 

WWII photo exhibit shows photographer’s humanity

November 30, 2015

“Happenchance,” a traveling exhibit from an Italian-American photographer documenting his experiences during World War II, is now on display at the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago, 500 N. Michigan Av...

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