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Eikthyrnir, one of the performers at Columbia’s 9th Annual Biggest Mouth Competition, rocked the stage at the Metro, 3730 N. Clark St., on April 23. The Student Programming Board put on the event, and the lineup included a variety of genres ranging from hip-hop to psychedelic rock.

R&B, pop fusion shine at Biggest Mouth

April 27, 2015

At the Ninth annual Biggest Mouth competition, jazzy pop and R&B lead singer Anthony Pavel and his four bandmates performed last, stunning the 700-person audience at the Metro, 3730 N. Clark St., s...

“Unforgotten,” a traveling outdoor art exhibit that memorializes victims of gun violence in Illinois, was curated by FCB Chicago Advertising Agency in partnership with the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence and was unveiled April 10 outside St. James Cathedral, 65 E. Huron St. 

Traveling art exhibit honors gun violence victims

April 20, 2015

FCB Chicago Advertising Agency has reached out to the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence to create a traveling outdoor art exhibit that memorializes victims of gun violence from Illinois.Jordan S...

Spinach & Kale Greek Yogurt Dip

Spinach & Kale Greek Yogurt Dip

April 13, 2015

INGREDIENTS1 17-ounce container plain Greek yogurt 3 tablespoons mayonnaise1 tablespoon sugar1 cup kale, finely chopped1 cup spinach, finely chopped4 scallions, finely chopped1/3 cup red bell pepper, mince...

Strategic Plan advertisements

Recent program eliminations spark mistrust in Strategic Plan, administration

April 13, 2015

Following the March 23 unveiling of the Strategic Plan draft during Spring Break, posters encouraging the college community to “continue the conversation” by sharing its feedback online at the college...

Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ comes of age

James Shoberg’s “Alice’s Adventures in ‘Wonderland” is a twisted, adult adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s work of the same name.

By Ariel Parrella-Aureli

April 6, 2015

“Curious?” reads the bold black letters on the handcrafted pink blanket in Marc James’ hands. He is working on the blanket at the Side Project Theatre, 1439 W. Jarvis Ave., in Chicago’s Roger’s...

The block of Wabash Avenue between Madison and Washington streets will be closed for next 18 months due to the construction of the new Wabash and Washington stop.

Chicago Loop Alliance transforms Wabash Avenue into Magnificent Mile

March 30, 2015

From Wacker Drive to Congress Parkway, the Chicago Loop Alliance is spearheading a new infrastructure project, “Layers of Transformation,” to transform Wabash Avenue into a premier Chicago tourist dest...

Appreciation of neon signs marks end of an era

Central Camera Co.’s sign at 230 S. Wabash Ave. is one of the few neon signs left in Chicago. Such signs once illuminated nearly every storefront.

By Metro Reporter

March 30, 2015

Preservation Chicago, an organization advocating for the preservation of Chicago-based historic architecture, neighborhoods and urban spaces, released its annual top seven Most Endangered Buildings list March 4. T...

Student Employment

College to axe student positions

March 16, 2015

Some student workers will feel the sting of the budget crisis when they return next fall.Mandated departmental budget reductions and the recent increase in the minimum wage will reduce the number of available on-campus ...

Fans use formulas, bracketology

March Madness

By Sports & Health Reporter

March 9, 2015

Sports fans are filling out brackets to predict which teams will make it through the 63-game tournament to ultimately win the NCAA basketball championship this year. Some compete in March Madness bracket ch...

College announces TEDx speakers

College announces TEDx speakers

March 9, 2015

Students interested in using their creative disciplines to create change can learn to do so at the college’s first ever TEDx event, a Columbia student-led,education-themed conference.TEDx Columbia Col...

Stan Wearden, senior vice president and provost, attended the Faculty Senate’s monthly meeting on Feb. 27 to discuss faculty salary increases, among other issues. 

‘No guarantees’ for faculty salary increases

March 2, 2015

Faculty salary increases cannot be guaranteed for the upcoming academic year, Stan Wearden, senior vice president and provost, told the college’s Faculty Senate Feb. 27 at its monthly meeting. The an...

Columbia students, staff ask campus to ‘face’ sexual assault

By Campus Reporter

February 23, 2015

As sexual assault awareness remains a prominent topic on college campuses, Columbia is keeping the conversation going.“Face It,” created by  sophomore art + materials conservation major and President of the Student Government Association Sara Kalinoski, and sophomore art + design student Robin Hopkins, consists of mirrors in the lobbies of multiple campus buildings, including the 600 S. Michigan Ave., 618 S. Michigan Ave., ...

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