The Columbia Chronicle

Columbia, who hosted panels for the 2016 Chicago International Film Festival, has partnered with the organization for more than a decade, according to CIFF’s Managing Director Vivian Teng.

Students meet international filmmakers at CIFF panels

By Campus Reporter
October 24, 2016
The college recently announced the launch of a new software platform for its job board, ColumbiaWorks, to enhance the site and increase efficiency as students search for jobs and internships.

ColumbiaWorks revamped to increase student employment

By Digital Content Manager
June 23, 2016

Let’s all go to the movies: A look at the 51st Chicago International Film Festival

By Jeremy Freeman Contributing Writer
October 27, 2015
The Taste reflects Chicago diversity through food.  

Taste of Chicago back in the black following 2014 loss

By METRO REPORTER
October 12, 2015
Brian Shaw, a professor in the college’s Theatre Department and a 1986 alumnus, has balanced his careers in acting and teaching for the past 25 years. Shaw, who has  credits in both stage and screen, is currently starring in The Hypocrites Theater’s production of the Samuel Beckett play “Endgame.”

Professor balances two professional lives

By Campus Reporter
March 30, 2015
Mayoral candidate Bob Fioretti spoke to the Green Party of Chicago on Jan. 28. Party Chair Phil Huckleberry (directly behind Fioretti) said Fioretti has upheld the party’s core values while in office.

Green Party of Chicago endorses Bob Fioretti

By Metro Editor
February 2, 2015

Notable Native: Jamelia Amor

By Assistant Metro Editor
December 10, 2014
“CIGGS,” a short film by Mason Adams, a sophomore cinema art + science major, took first place in the first Keepsake Film Festival. The film, shot in black and white, tells a life story from the perspective of a cigarette. Adams said he will begin working with Keepsake on its commercial in November. 

Columbia student to direct Keepsake Commercial

By Assistant Campus Editor
November 3, 2014
Michael Moore answered student questions and talked about his documentaries and upcoming projects on Oct. 22 at a last-minute Q-and-A event organized by Columbia’s cinema art + sciences department and the Chicago International Film Festival at Film Row Cinema in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. building.

Moore advice for Columbia film students

By Assistant Campus Editor
October 27, 2014
Nelson Algren

Neglected author takes ‘A Walk on the Wild Side’ onto the silver screen

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
October 13, 2014

From reel to real

By Senah Yeboah-Sampong
October 28, 2012
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