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Rapper B.o.B advises students on the importance of developing meaningful industry relationships.

‘No Genre’ music seminar brings B.o.B, DJ MoonDawg to campus

By Assistant Campus Editor
November 17, 2014

Menu labeling molds ‘architecture of choice’

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor
November 17, 2014
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the comedy duo of Comedy Central’s acclaimed show “Broad City,” brought their live act to Lincoln Hall, 2424 N. Lincoln Ave. on Nov. 12.

Windy City bows to hilarious ‘Broad City Live’ performance

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
November 17, 2014
R&B artist Jeremih (center) visited Columbia Nov. 12 to speak with students and hold auditions for his upcoming band tour at the Conaway Center in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. Building. 

Jeremih visits Columbia to recruit talent

By Assistant Campus Editor
November 17, 2014
Eyal Rob, a DJ and university professor from Tel Aviv, spoke to students Nov. 11 about his work, the club culture of Israel and the unifying nature of music.

Israeli DJ shows culture outside news coverage

By Assistant Campus Editor
November 17, 2014
Australian singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett is quickly making a name for herself as one of the top indie rockers to watch thanks to her wry lyrics and edgy live performances.

Courtney Barnett lets music do talking for her

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
November 10, 2014
Skin-deep smell receptors speed up healing process

Skin-deep smell receptors speed up healing process

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor
November 3, 2014
California-based pop-punk band New Found Glory has made its mark on its fans, over a 17-year career, culminating in the Oct. 7 release of its eighth studio album Resurrection.

‘My Friends Over You’ singer defines pop-punk genre

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
November 3, 2014
Adam Roth, Sebastian Fritze and Bill Delia of Grizfolk rocked the Aragon Entertainment Center on Oct. 21.

Bastille, Grizfolk stun Aragon audience

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
October 27, 2014
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