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Marketing leadership changes hands to interim

Marketing leadership changes hands to interim

October 23, 2017

Public Relations Executive Mark Rosati became interim vice president of Strategic Marketing & Communications Oct. 15 following the departure of predecessor Deborah Maue three days prior, as reported Oct. 12 by The Chronicle. President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim said Maue was...

The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform, which last came to Columbia in the Fall 2016 semester, will discuss the Trump presidency in a forum on Feb.22. 

Political reform group to bring presidency discussion to Columbia

February 20, 2017

The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform will be holding a forum at Columbia with expert panelists for students and the public to discuss the effects of the Trump administration on the state. “This is one of the main topics on everyone’s mind right now,” said Sarah Brune,...

Columbia ranked in top 10 most liberal colleges

Columbia ranked in top 10 most liberal colleges

November 21, 2016

In a new ranking from Niche, an education institution data company, Columbia was ranked one of the most liberal colleges in the country. The college was ninth in the nation and came in directly above the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The ranking, which included colleges s...

President and CEO Kwang-wu Kim kicked off Faculty and Staff Convocation at Film Row Cinema, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., Sept. 16.

Administration addresses state of Columbia and new changes at Faculty and Staff Convocation

September 19, 2016

Columbia’s top administration addressed pressing topics including curriculum improvements, the second year of the Strategic Plan and rebranding at this years Faculty and Staff Convocation.President ...

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...

20% Theatre aims to change stats with women-centric plays

Jonas (Dan Cobbler) proposes to Hope (Pamela Mae Davis) in “Fugue“ as Christopher (Noah Laufer) looks on.


October 12, 2015

More than a decade ago, 20 percent of working professionals in the theatre arts were women, according to a 2002 study by the New York Council of the Arts. The 20% Theatre Company Chicago has been trying to...

Faculty Senate met on Oct. 9 joined by Deborah Maue, vice president of Strategic Marketing and Communications to discuss a new communication and fundraising plan.

Faculty Senate pushes for better communication and fundraising initiatives

October 12, 2015

Deborah Maue, vice president of Strategic Marketing and Communications who joined Columbia at the end of April 2015, attended the Faculty Senate meeting on Oct. 9 with her team to discuss her role in h...

College gets strategic with new vice president

Deborah Maue, the new vice president of Strategic Marketing & Communications, will help the college clarify its brand message to help strengthen its enrollment and fundraising strategies.

By Campus Editor

April 27, 2015

The Office of Marketing & Communications will soon see new leadership as the search for a permanent vice president comes to a close.Following a four-month national search led by the college and search/co...

Budget cuts diminish watchdog capabilities

By Editor-in-Chief

April 20, 2015

 Putting an editorial on the front page of a newspaper is a decidedly uncommon practice. Such pieces are normally comfined to the opinion pages while the most important news belongs on the cover of any publication. But when a media organization, in this case a college publication, is part of a developing news story, the editorial management team has to ask itself when it is appropriate to cover the story and whether it is ...

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