The Columbia Chronicle

President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim’s contract has been extended through the 2023-2024 school year, more than a year earlier than expected. 

President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim’s contract extended despite C-Fac allegations

November 18, 2018

In a unanimous decision, the Board of Trustees extended President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim’s contract to the end of the 2023-2024 academic year, more than a year earlier than expected and a week after C-Fac and OurColumbia called for his resignation.   Kim’s previous contract was ...

Chicago environmental activists called on McDonald's to boycott unsustainable meat suppliers Tyson and Cargill in a Nov. 13 Rally for Clean Water. 

Chicago, environmental activists not McLovin’ McDonald’s eco practices

November 17, 2018

Consumer and environmental rights activists and local restaurants want people to think twice before picking up their next Big Mac. During a Nov. 14 Rally for Clean Water, global environmental organiz...

Chicago-native and third place winner of American Idol season 10, Haley Reinhart, performed at Lincoln Hall, 2424 N. Lincoln Ave., Nov. 5 for her

‘Ba-ba’ bopping to Haley Reinhart

November 8, 2017

Lincoln Hall was transported back in time to the '60s Nov. 5, riding thepowerhouse vocals and sultry jazz melodies of Haley Reinhart. Reinhart was accompanied by two stellar opening acts from offbea...

Home opener spoiled for the Wildcats

By Nader Ihmoud

September 4, 2012

The Northwestern University Wildcats Aug. 31 home opener was spoiled by the No. 12 ranked Marquette University Golden Eagles 2-0 at Lakeside Field, 2247 N. Campus Drive.The Golden Eagles dominated time of possession the during entire first half and outshot the Wildcats 13 attempts to one. Marquette finally capitalized on an opportunity with 16 minutes remaining in the first half on a corner kick.Senior midfielder Ally Miller score...

Food Truck Summit raises awareness

By Cristina Aguirre

April 25, 2011

Rain and hail poured onto the tent, where hundreds of Chicagoans stood holding paper cups filled with meatballs, munching on cupcakes and standing in line for enchiladas, all of them there to support the growing food truck industry in the city. Despite the weather, by the end of the night, most of the food trucks sold out of their food.This was the scene at The Food Truck Summit held at Goose Island Beer, 1800 N. Clybourn Ave., on Apri...

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