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Editor's Note: School of Media Arts buries its lead

Editor’s Note: School of Media Arts buries its lead

May 1, 2017

The April 25 announcement of an interim chair of the Cinema and Television Arts Department may have come as a surprise to faculty and staff who didn’t even know of the new department’s existence....

Interim chair of merged Cinema, Television department appointed

Interim chair of merged Cinema, Television department appointed

May 1, 2017

Eric Scholl, associate chair and professor in the Television Department, has been appointed interim chair of Columbia’s new Cinema and Television Arts Department, which informally announces the upcoming merger of the Cinema Art and Science and Television departments. Combining the ...

'You just want your children to be happy:' How Gender Neutral Parenting is breaking stereotypes

‘You just want your children to be happy:’ How Gender Neutral Parenting is breaking stereotypes

December 5, 2016

Joanna Woods said she could see the moment her son realized something was wrong. Eight-year-old Tom was wearing a shiny, sparkly bracelet and kids at the local McDonald’s had started to stare. He wa...

Chicago takes spotlight as growing filming destination

Chicago takes spotlight as growing filming destination

September 12, 2016

Chicago will set a record this fall with eight television shows filming full-time in the city.The uptick in filming projects during the last five years has generated addtional jobs and more than $1.3 bill...

Using turntables to make his mark

By Shardae Smith

November 1, 2010

Once a month, The Chronicle profiles people on campus who are doing interesting or important things. We’re always watching for faculty, staff and students with a story to tell. Here’s someone you should know.If you’ve attended a student event at Columbia within the last three years, then you have probably seen Olu Adelabi spinning on the turntables. Also known as DJ Continental, the Kalamazoo, Mich., native has been ...

Performance pushes art, political boundary

By CiaraShook

October 26, 2009

La Pocha Nostra, performance troupe of artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña, will bring “Corpo Illicito: The Post-Human Society #69” to Columbia on Oct. 30 as part of the first installment in Critical Encounters’ Artists in Residence series.Gómez-Peña said the group is devoted to erasing the borders between art and politics. “Corpo Illicito” pushes boundaries of faith, culture, identity, race and how people perceive their ow...

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