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‘50 Shots’ exhibit questions racial stereotypes

Photographer Imani Amos gathered 50 black male friends and took mug shots of them to draw attention to prejudice and racial stereotypes they experience in Chicago.

By Katlyn Tolly

April 13, 2015

Freelance graphic designer and photographer Imani Amos uses the power of art to question prejudice in Chicago by focusing on racial stereotypes and profiling in her photo exhibit “50 Shots: Humanizing...

Opening Day for the Chicago White Sox

April 13, 2015

The last season for the Sox was a losing one, but fans were excited and ready for the team's official opening day. The Sox opened their season at home (U.S.Cellular Field) April 10 against the Minnesota T...

Records and Radio Seminar | The Columbia Chronicle

March 30, 2015

Columbia's Multicultural Affairs and Radio Department hosted "Don't Kill the fun Records & Radio Seminar" on March 19 at the 623 S. Wabash building. Columbia sat down to talk about the importance of...

Abigail Riechman

Featured Athlete: Abigail Riechman

March 16, 2015

Abigail Riechman, a freshman dance major, is an active member of the Renegades POMS team. She began dancing at age 3 because her mother signed her up for classes against her will, and she said she despis...

Columbia’s Black Student Union | The Columbia Chronicle

March 9, 2015

Columbia's Black Student Union hosted its Blackout: Black Light Edition on March 5 in the Conway Center at 1104 S. Wabash Building. The Black Student Union sat down with The Chronicle to speak about th...

InterVarsity presents: Night of Worship

March 9, 2015

Columbia's art ministry, InterVarsity Arts held its first Night of Worship March 5 in the 618 S. Michigan Ave. Building at Stage Two. Columbia's own Jonathan McReynolds, Kristen Heard, Leland Philpot,...

Chuy Garcia pushes runoff | The Columbia Chronicle

March 2, 2015

Jesus "Chuy" Garcia will continue his mayoral campaign as incumbent Rahm Emanuel did not manage to get 50 percent of the votes. This is the first mayoral runoff in Chicago's history, and voters will take...

Los Angeles musician Ariel Pink blows kisses to audience members in his spikey rhinestone stilettos,  Feb. 17 during his sold-out show at Thalia Hall, 1807 S. Allport St.

Ariel Pink shows strange on stage

February 23, 2015

On a night when Sleater-Kinney’s reunion show had just as much star power, Chicago’s rock misfits flocked to Thalia Hall, 1807 S. Allport St., for the sold-out performance of lo-fi rocker Ariel Pink...

Students have the opportunity to speak directly with President Kwang-Wu Kim with the resumption of president-student office hours.

Student office hours return

February 23, 2015

Within 24 hours of the announcement that president-student office hours will return to Columbia, all four available dates in the Spring 2015 Semester had been filled.The Office of the President sent o...

Dorothy Tucker from CBS 2 levied audience questions for mayoral candidate Cook County Commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia at the National Association of Black Journalists-sponsored forum Feb. 11 at Film Row Cinema in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. Building.

Mayoral candidates get candid about Chicago

February 16, 2015

With little more than a week before the election, the only thing Chicago’s mayoral candidates seem to agree on is that stripping Little League team Jackie Robinson West of their national title was a trav...

Mayoral Candidates Court Columbia Students Before Election

February 16, 2015

Columbia College Chicago hosted the last mayoral forum on Feb. 11 in Film Row Cinema, located in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. Building, two weeks before the 2015 mayoral election. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Willie Wil...

Spike Mendelsohn’s restaurant brings ‘Good Stuff’ to Loop

Spike Mendelsohn’s restaurant brings ‘Good Stuff’ to Loop

February 16, 2015

With so many burger joints in Chicago, was there ever really a need for the Washington D.C. restaurateurs of Good Stuff Eatery, 22 S. Wabash Ave., to open shop in the city? Traditional burger and shake f...

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