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First Interactive Arts and Media chair dies at 66

First Interactive Arts and Media chair dies at 66

June 20, 2017

Annette Barbier, the first chair of the college's Interactive Arts and Media Department, passed away June 5 at the age of 66. A multimedia artist known for integrating new technologies into her work, Barbier was selected in 2005 to be chair of Columbia’s newly formed ...

Students compete for WAC

Students compete for WAC

April 4, 2016

Columbia student artists will soon get the chance to leave their mark on their beloved college and join the ranks of renowned alumni and established local and international artists on the walls of the W...

Cannabis lube to grease the way for further legalization

Cannabis lube to grease the way for further legalization

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER

February 8, 2016

  THC in the bedroom is gaining momentum in states where marijuana is recreationally legal. Women and couples in California and Colorado have been riding high on Foria Pleasure, the first cannabis-base...

‘Genderpoo’ prompts gender fluidity  around campus

‘Genderpoo’ prompts gender fluidity around campus

February 1, 2016

Half-naked mermaids with mustaches, same-sex couples in symbolic poses and syringes linked to slogans like “free to hormone myself” cover the walls of the all-gender bathroom on the fifth floor of the...

NFL Draft punts graduation  back to The Chicago Theatre

NFL Draft punts graduation back to The Chicago Theatre

December 14, 2015

A “domino effect” of scheduling issues stemming from the return of the NFL Draft to Chicago next spring is causing Columbia to reverse field and send its 2016 commencement ceremonies back to the Chica...

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