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Students endured Chi-beria Jan. 27 & 28

Conquering Chi-beria

February 3, 2014

Dangerously cold temperatures greeted students on the first two days of the spring semester, forcing some to stay home and others to endure delayed commutes. Although neighboring institutions such as Roosevelt and Robert Morris universities cancelled some classes Jan....

Fundraising, showcasing talent at Fashion Columbia

By Sophia Coleman

June 12, 2012

Flashing lights and gleaming runways were the setting as 15 graduates of Columbia’s fashion studies program displayed their handcrafted garments June 8 at Fashion Columbia, a fundraising event that benefits the program.The annual extravaganza, staged for the first time at the Media Production Center, 1600 S. State St., was held in honor of Eunice W. Johnson, a fashion pioneer who co-founded Ebony Magazine with her husband ...

Student projects awarded Weisman

By Alexandra Kukulka

February 20, 2012

The student film you have been working on is almost complete.  All that is left to shoot is the final scene and then edit. Then you realize you don’t have enough money to hire an editing team to help you. After all the hard work you put into the project, giving up is not an option.In an effort to support academic endeavors like this, the Albert P. Weisman Award funds student projects up to $4,000. The award was established...

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