The Columbia Chronicle

Vice President of Business Affairs and CFO Jerry Tarrer said there are no plans for a reduction in workforce following the Voluntary Separation Incentive Program currently being offered to some full-time faculty and staff who fill specific parameters.

College offers faculty, staff buyouts

By Megan Bennett, Editor-In-Chief
March 6, 2017
Alumna documentary premieres on PBS

Alumna documentary premieres on PBS

By Marisa Sobotka, Campus Reporter
March 4, 2017
Editor's Note: School of Media Arts buries its lead

Editor’s Note: New CFO needs to bring financial confidence back

By Megan Bennett, Editor-In-Chief
December 12, 2016
Jerry Tarrer, who will assume the senior vice president of Business Affairs and CFO position on Jan. 17, 2017, will replace Richard Dowsek, who held the position on an interim level during Columbia’s national search. 

College hires new CFO after national search

By Andrea Salcedo, Campus Editor
December 12, 2016
Columbia’s first student-run late night show, “Columbia Tonight,” had its first live taping Nov. 18.

Students to debut Columbia’s first late night show

By Amelia Garza, Campus Reporter
November 28, 2016
At the open mics hosted by Weegone Records, running several events until Dec. 13, anyone can perform for the label, but college participation is encouraged. 

Chicago record label helps produce creative community

By Arts & Culture Reporter
October 17, 2016
Michelle Gates

Five years, five CFOs

By Campus Editor
February 29, 2016

Merit pay plan sparks college debate, undermines staff

By Editor-in-Chief
January 25, 2016
Nonprofit aims to help artists manage student  debt

Nonprofit aims to help artists manage student debt

By Campus Editor
December 14, 2015
“Krampus!” actors performed a short scene from the play at Christkindlmarket in Daley Plaza Dec. 1, next to the Grand Timber Haus.

He knows when you’ve been naughty—Krampus is coming to town

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
December 7, 2015
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