The Columbia Chronicle

Offseason trades reignite foul rivalry

By Copy Chief

February 9, 2015

There's nothing that warms my heart like seeing the bright green grass of a well-maintained baseball field under a clear blue sky on a warm summer day, and with all the offseason signings from the Chicago White Sox and Cubs, I can’t help but be anxious for the baseball season to start.Baseball, like other team sports, only gets better for fans when their favorite team signs great players or a new coach. As excited as I am ...

President Kwang-Wu Kim spoke about the college’s long-standing partnership with the Chicago International Film Festival during the opening ceremony on Oct. 9.

Columbia filmmakers represented at the Chicago International Film Festival

October 13, 2014

Columbia showed a strong presence at opening night of the 50th Chicago International Film Festival, held at the Harris Theater in Millennium Park, 205 E. Randolph St.The screening of director Liv Ullmann...

Dramatic, gritty ‘Joe’ anything but average

The rich character development in

By Josh Weitzel

April 21, 2014

It is about time moviegoers saw Nicolas Cage in peak form again. For years, he has been the butt of numerous jokes because of his stilted acting in films such as “National Treasure” and “Ghost R...

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