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Chronicle again named No. 1 non-daily college newspaper

Chronicle again named No. 1 non-daily college newspaper

By Megan Bennett, Editor-In-Chief
February 27, 2017
At the Chicago Teachers Union strike headquarters, 1642 W. Van Buren St., teachers handed out signs on Oct. 10 to teachers preparing for the possible CTU strike the following day. The strike never occurred due to a tentative agreement CPS offered CTU minutes before the midnight deadline. 

CTU avoids strike with tentative negotiations

By Metro Reporter
October 17, 2016
The Columbia Chronicle staff was recognized as the No. 1 college paper in the state Feb. 20 at the Illinois College Press Association awards and won 22 individual prizes in various categories. 

Chronicle named No. 1 college paper in Illinois

By Editor-in-Chief
February 29, 2016
Through the acting and directing courses, students enrolled are able to collaborate on films during the semester, said Wendi Weber, lecturer in the Theatre Department. 

Students collaborate in acting and directing courses

By Campus Reporter
December 14, 2015

Does diversity committee delay show lack in planning?

By Editor-in-Chief
December 7, 2015
Technologically, Columbia is up to 15 years behind, said Byron Nash, chief information officer and associate vice president of Technology Services on Nov. 13. 

College Wi-Fi connectivity said to be growing worse

By Campus Reporter
November 30, 2015

Document-based history education necessary

By Opinions Editor
November 16, 2015
Christopher Chraca, a senior in the Music Technology Program, showed prospective students what people in the program have been creating in their classes during an open house event on Nov. 9 in the 33 E. Congress Parkway Building.

New program combines music, science

By Campus Reporter
November 16, 2015
Tim Unsell (right) said he and Drew Mitchell (left) wanted to keep the store simple, so they could let the product shine.

Pilsen’s new 606 Records spins unknown artists

By Arts & Culture Reporter
November 2, 2015
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