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COIN embraces mid-20s’ ‘growing pains’

COIN embraces mid-20s’ ‘growing pains’

February 26, 2018

COIN is an example of the value of connections made in college. Belmont University classmates Chase Lawrence, Ryan Winnen, Joe Memmel and Zach Dyke teamed up in 2013 after Memmel and Lawrence took a musi...

Study: Chicago South, West sides feel misrepresented in media

Study: Chicago South, West sides feel misrepresented in media

February 8, 2018

In Chicago’s South Side, residents know the crime statistics and have become accustomed to images of mothers crying in the street with yellow tape around the crime scene, said Mary Datcher, managing ed...

Worry not Chicago sports doomsday preppers, better years are on the way

Worry not Chicago sports doomsday preppers, better years are on the way

October 30, 2017

After failing to capture the 2017 National League Champion Series, the Cubs shattered their fans’ dreams of Chicago being home to a back-to-back world champion team—an all-too-familiar tale of disappoin...

A penguin takes an early morning swim at the Robert and Mayari Pritzker Penguin Cove in Lincoln Park Zoo. 2001 N. Clark St. Thursday, Sept. 7.

Love lives of penguins at Lincoln Park Zoo captivate readers

September 11, 2017

Pilchard was devastated when Robben broke up with him and he would haunt their former home only to be shooed away by Robben’s new partner Preston. After wallowing in his loneliness, Pilchard found a f...

Sinkane, Sudanese-American singer Ahmed Gallab, released his latest album

Sinkane returns to Chicago with new album ‘Life & Livin’ It’

February 20, 2017

Reggae? Check. Jazz? Check. Rock? Check. Psychedelic? Check. Blending different music genres can be a juggling game, but Sinkane’s jazz-electro-African music does the job while offering some guidanc...

Chicago should take the wheel on driverless cars

September 26, 2016

In a trope as old as time, technology is progressing faster than people are ready for it. Driverless cars are now a real possibility, being tested in markets as close as Pittsburgh by Uber as a possible replacement for its current driver-based service. Chicago aldermen Edward Burke (14) and Anthony Beale (9), whom The Chicago Sun-Times proclaim to be some of the “most powerful” in the city according to its Sept. 14 a...

Chicago Readers news stand at 623 S. Wabash Ave. on Feb 27, 2016. The Chicago Reader’s “Save the Chicago Reader” petition gained attention on social media April 21 and has been supported by local musicians and businesses.

Community unites to ‘Save The Chicago Reader’

May 2, 2016

The Chicago Reader, known as the city’s oldest alternative weekly publication, issued a public cry for help April 21—not for a civic cause but for its own survival.The publication shocked social m...

Dean finalist Stefania de Kenessey presented her accomplishments and educational philosophy March 2 at Film Row Cinema, 1104 S. Wabash Ave.

New York composer makes bid to become fine arts dean

March 7, 2016

Stefania de Kenessey was a sophomore in high school when her dad found her reading a New York Times article about students who felt unchallenged and bored with school—exactly how she felt. That is when...

New Grammys ceremony, same diversity issues

By Managing Editor

February 8, 2016

With the 58th annual Grammy Awards just a week away, Grammy fever is at an all-time high. Everyone from music industry professionals to news outlets like Rolling Stone and Billboard is weighing in on who deserves a win at the Feb. 15 ceremony.In a Feb. 4 Billboard article, titled "Confessions of a Grammy Voter: Industry Heavyweights Share Their Predictions — and Gripes," a pair of Grammy voters anonymously revealed their ...

Nick Hoeppner, president of the United Staff of Columbia College and an engineer in the Radio Department, said he is bargaining with the administration for a better staff contract because some staff members feel undervalued by the campus community.   

Staff fights for on-campus visibility

April 13, 2015

One group on campus wants to make its presence better known as the Columbia community continues to react to the recently unveiled Strategic Plan.Posters created and distributed by college staff members...

Exercise may be missing piece for some cancer patients

Exercise may be missing piece for some cancer patients

April 6, 2015

Exercise not only plays a vital role in improving and maintaining the quality of life in healthy people but also can do so for cancer patients. However, sustaining a regular exercise regimen can be di...

2015 Studs Terkel Community Media Awards | The Columbia Chronicle

March 16, 2015

The Studs Terkel Community Media Awards have celebrated outstanding journalists in Chicago for the past two decades.This year’s award ceremony took place on March 12 at Film Row Cinema in Columbia’s 1104 S. Wabash...

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