The Columbia Chronicle

Advertisement
Students Paul Abood and Jewell Donaldson help rebrand Lupe Fiasco’s nonprofit organization in “Agency,” a class in the Communication and Media Innovation Department that works with clients on their marketing needs.

Students help show go on with Lupe Fiasco nonprofit

April 6, 2015

Some marketing students will receive a real-life “Superstar” experience this semester.“Agency,” an 11-year-old class in the Communication and Media Innovation Department that pairs marketing st...

Keeping secrets has never been easier

Transient electronics do disappearing act

April 14, 2014

Destroying the evidence is becoming easier thanks to the increasing demand for transient technology.Transient electronic devices, which dissolve when triggered, were inspired by the need to delete data when...

Video Poll: Should the city ban plastic bags?

March 31, 2014

Plastic bags could be banned from Chicago's retail stores if city council passes legislation meant to quell the environmental effects of plastic shopping bags. Students got a chance to voice their opin...

One-on-One with Lupe Fiasco

By Dannis Valera

October 8, 2012

In his earlier performances as a junior in high school, Lupe Fiasco enjoyed being a showman and pumping up the crowd. During a talent show, he sat on stage with a notebook and pretended to write an already finished rap to keep his audience engaged.Less than a decade later, Fiasco still has the ability to keep the attention of a crowd. He did just that as he spoke with Columbia students Oct. 1 about his career, life and lat...

Lupe visits campus

By Alexandra Kukulka

October 8, 2012

In his earlier performances as a junior in high school, Lupe Fiasco enjoyed being a showman and pumping up the crowd. During a talent show, he sat on stage with a notebook and pretended to write an already finished rap to keep hisaudience engaged.Less than a decade later, Fiasco, 30, still has the ability to hold the crowd’s attention. He did just that when he spoke with Columbia students Oct. 1 about his career, life and late...

Big music names for big industry conference

By Lisa Schulz

April 23, 2012

One night of distributing business cards, receiving critique on work samples and creating confident conversation with music industry professionals can lead to five years working within different entities at Hip-Hop mogul Sean :Diddy" Comb's Enterprises.At least that’s the path Sara Anwar, instructor in the Arts, Entertainment and Media Management Department and 2006 graduate, made for herself at Columbia, and students ar...

Slammin’ salmon fillets

By Katy Nielsen

January 24, 2011

Cooking a salmon fillet is perfect for a first date or great when served cold for lunch at work the next day. When seasoned well, salmon is a delicious, flavorful fish. It is hearty and filled with protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Overall, salmon is a healthy and easy choice for any meal.The key to making a succulent salmon fillet is not to overcook the fish and use the right kind of sauce. Choosing a fillet is almost as important as how you cook it, so it should be fresh and never frozen.First, you will need a flat o...

‘Superstar’ looks into the past

By Colin Shively

November 9, 2009

At age 6, Matthew Santos was already starting his musical career as he pounded away at the piano. By 15, he was strumming away at the guitar.A native Minnesotan, Santos relocated to Chicago to attend Columbia and study musical composition. However, college isn’t for everyone.Santos left Columbia at the time his musical career began to flourish in Chicago’s music scene.Despite leaving the school, Columbia helped Santos ...

Advertisement
We've got you covered