The Columbia Chronicle

The altercation began at Pritzker Park, 310 S. State St., then continued to the nearby Jackson Red Line CTA station. Tuesday, Aug. 29.

CTA shooting stirs concern, campus security confident incident was isolated

By Connor Carynski, News Editor
September 5, 2017
Millennials need proper education on opioid crisis

Millennials need proper education on opioid crisis

By Brooke Pawling Stennett
September 5, 2017

New campus community comes together over Convocation

By Connor Carynski, News Editor
September 5, 2017
Stan West, journalist and adjunct faculty in the English department, spoke about the similarities of blues musicians from Chicago and Cuba during his May 1 presentation at the Center for Black Music Research, 618 S. Michigan Ave. 

Faculty member explores Cuban, American blues music

By Connor Carynski, Campus Reporter
May 8, 2017
Kelsie Johnson, lead vocalist for band JuiiX who won second place at the 2017 Biggest Mouth Competition, energized the crowd with her upbeat music and dance moves. 

Biggest Mouth brings fresh fusion of sound

By Marisa Sobotka, Campus Reporter
April 24, 2017
Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation educator Milton Coronado spoke about the young men who have changed their negative attitudes toward women after taking his course during the April 10 “Let’s Talk About Sex” assembly.  

Students talk sex safety during college assembly

By Connor Carynski, Campus Reporter
April 17, 2017
Summer courses offered through new online platform

Summer courses offered through new online platform

By Connor Carynski, Campus Reporter
April 10, 2017
New business program  assists international students

New business program assists international students

By Connor Carynski, Campus Reporter
April 3, 2017
Bethany Brownholtz, author of “What Was Your Country: A Refugee Story,” said she chose a butterfly to represent her story because it symbolizes refugee Asaddullah Rahimi’s transformation from a struggle in Afghanistan to success in America.

Staff member documents Afghan refugee’s story

By Connor Carynski, Campus Reporter
March 27, 2017
Artist Laura Anderson Barbata contributed to the “Revolution at Point Zero: Feminist at Point Zero” gallery with an exhibit titled, “La Extraordinaria Historia de la Julia Pastrana,” which will be on display until April 24. 

Artists explore feminist elements in new gallery

By Connor Carynski, Campus Reporter
March 27, 2017
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