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For my first semester as Senior Photo Editor, the photo desk consisted of (left to right) Steven Nunez, Ignacio Calderon, myself, Halie Parkinson, Orlando Pinder and Patrick Reponse.

Column: Thankful for the past, excited for the future

May 16, 2020

Last week, I visited the Chronicle newsroom for the first time in almost two months. I stood in the empty newsroom, gathering my belongings from my desk and appreciating the fact that I was able to come...

Senior Vice President and Provost final candidate Lourdes María Alvarez addressed members of the Columbia College Chicago community Feb. 7 at Film Row Cinema, 1104 S. Wabash Ave.

Provost candidate Lourdes María Alvarez impresses faculty

February 8, 2019

The first of two final candidates to be Columbia's next provost, Lourdes María Alvarez, visited campus Feb. 7 and impressed faculty by deftly discussing sensitive issues, including the need for improve...

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Revisiting History: Historical reenactors juggle the morality of memory

December 3, 2018

Anxiously awaiting the first guests of the day, dedicated historians sit in cabins ready to recite tales of the past. Visitors entering the grounds listen to the sounds of a fife, smell the campfire ...

Security breach affects employees, family members

Security breach affects employees, family members

March 12, 2018

A data security breach resulted in the disclosure of the names and Social Security numbers of Columbia employees and their family members on IRIS, the college’s internal website. The college learned Feb. 15 that SharePoint, the search portal application used to apply for the Tu...

Dolls like me: Creating dolls that break the mold

Dolls like me: Creating dolls that break the mold

January 29, 2018

Yelitsa Jean-Charles remembers when, as a child, she cried when her parents gave her a black doll because the doll wasn’t white, and that she used to place scarves on her own head to pretend she had lon...

Jaime Herrera, junior cinema and television arts major, directed “The Baby Farmer” with a budget of only $2,000 and filmed it over one weekend.  

Student film depicts dark side of ‘farming’

November 20, 2017

Several student filmmakers came together to show the horrors of baby farming in their new psychological thriller. “The Baby Farmer” focuses on a woman trying to find a baby farmer: someone from the 19th century who would take in children for a fee but would often pocket the m...

According to the American Lung Association, 19.4 million metric tons of nitrogen oxides are released into the air annually via manmade sources, such as burning fuels.

Utah air pollution linked to increased suicide risk

March 2, 2015

It has been well established that exposure to air pollution can contribute to a range of health concerns such as respiratory inflammation, cardiovascular disease and cognitive impairment, especially in younge...

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