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Outdoor cafés on Wabash spice up neighborhood

Outdoor cafés on Wabash spice up neighborhood

February 25, 2018

Wabash  Avenue  Has been a street tourists and residents pass by on their way between iconic destinations such as Millennium Park and State Street’s shopping district, said Chicago Loop Alliance President an...

‘Heathers’ reboot isn’t diverse, it’s insulting

Compassion for Syrians cannot be conditional

By Tyra Bosnic

February 5, 2018

One of the greatest tropes of film and television history centers on the underdogs who fight the oppressors. Embodying historic resistance to fascism, the rebels in “Star Wars” rise up against the...

Student center vision debuted

Student center vision debuted

May 8, 2017

An official look at Columbia’s $50 million student center was released May 2, showing the designs for the five-story, 114,000-square-foot building that was created based on student feedback. ...

Jaime Black, local podcaster and adjunct professor in the Business & Entrepreneurship Department, will host a panel of professional local creatives on Dec. 7.

Upcoming panel to educate, encourage local artists

December 5, 2016

A common conception among Chicago creatives is that they need to move to the coasts to be successful in their field. A local group of filmmakers, bloggers, podcasters and more are trying to change that by...

Conceptual renderings for the Getz Theater renovations show designs for both the theater and lobby area at 72 E. 11 St.

Show goes on—renovation plan announced for Getz Theater

October 10, 2016

Columbia's Getz Theater will be redesigned into a courtyard-style theater as a part of a 2-year renovation plan announced by the college Oct. 4.The renovations for the theater, 72 E. 11th St., were ann...

Campus building gets a ghostly facade

By Ivana Hester

September 17, 2012

Renovations to the 618 S. Michigan Ave. Building are coming to an end, and the innovative facade is almost complete.The new design features a ghostly image replicating the original terra-cotta front designed by William Carbys Zimmerman in 1913. Close inspection reveals the design is composed entirely of miniature birds etched into glass panels.According to Alicia Berg, vice president of Campus Environment, it was 2004 alumnus...

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