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Students attend a “Sex Out Loud” forum hosted by the college’s group of sexuality scholars, the Sex Nerds. These meetings take place every Wednesday from 6:30–8 p.m. in Room 903 of the 618 S. Michigan Ave. Building. Topics, events and excursions will be posted on the event’s Facebook page. 

Sex Nerds host discussions to encourage sex-positivity

October 20, 2014

A new student group is aiming to take sex talk to a new level. One Tribe is a select group of 10 Columbia student ambassadors who explore multiculturalism, inclusion and social justice issues. The ...

Vice President of Student Affairs Mark Kelly throws up a hook shot during the Nov. 13 3-on-3 Renegades basketball tournament at the Goodman Center.

Columbia, Roosevelt basketball tournament brings heat

November 18, 2013

TWENTY-SEVEN TEAMS OF Columbia and Roosevelt students gathered at the Lillian and Larry Goodman Center, 50 E. Parkway, Nov. 13 for a 3-on-3 basketball tournament to compete for tickets to the Dec. 5 Chicago B...

‘The P word,’ part two

By Alexandra Kukulka

November 21, 2012

Last year’s prioritization process generated fierce debate over what programs should be cut or restructured. Over the summer, it gained a new name, “self-assessment,” and seemed to be on the back burner until Senior Vice President Warren Chapman announced in a Nov.8 email that the implementation phase has been in progress all semester.The deans and chairs of each school and department have condensed hundreds of recommendations made d...

Critical Encounters Student Showcase

By Estefania Martinez

April 30, 2012

For the second year in a row, Critical Encounters hosted an end-of-the-year student showcase in the Conaway Center. This year, over 200 student's works were featured, showing the Columbia community how this year’s Critical Encounters’ theme (Rights, Radicals & Revolutions) has enhanced their education and work.http://youtu.be/p9QVoY0evb8

Oppression exercise, reality for students

By Alexandra Kukulka

March 19, 2012

As an arts college, Columbia is home to students of different backgrounds, cultures and ethnicities, and there are multicultural organizations on campus to keep these students united. For many in these groups, oppression is a daily experience.On March 14, One Tribe, a group of student representatives from each of the cultural organizations that address the issues surrounding diversity and social justice at the college, staged a Tunnel...

One Tribe’s Tunnel Of Oppression 2012

By Estefania Martinez

February 20, 2012

The Columbia Chronicle got a sneak peak into the planning of One Tribe's, "Tunnel Of Oppression," event. The event aims to activate your senses and call attention to every day injustices that happen in our world. "Tunnel Of Oppression" will be held on March 14 and 15 in Multicultural Affairs - 618 S. Michigan, 4th floor.http://youtu.be/n9T5KZIiPbQ

Student Engagement expects new clubs in spring semester

By Lisa Schulz

January 23, 2012

Avoiding networking opportunities with fresh faces in class during the start of a new semester is effortless. Becoming a member of a student group, meeting new people and even starting a club can be just as easy.Student Engagement held an Open House Jan. 17 in The Loft, 916 S. Wabash Ave. Building, a student space on the fourth floor filled with chairs and beanbags, a projection screen, a plasma TV and a curtain wall to cr...

One Tribe Presents Coffee Talk

By Estefania Martinez

October 6, 2011

Columbia’s multicultural collaborative group One Tribe hosted an open mic event titled Coffee Talk. With this open mic, One Tribe wanted to open the floor to anybody who had a story about experiences of discrimination to raise awareness about the issues and build a more accepting community in Columbia and beyond.http://youtu.be/ds2v_CtZQyA

Columbia’s One Tribe organization presents ‘Tunnel of Oppression’ to raise awareness

By Shardae Smith

February 28, 2011

Guests who visit Columbia’s first “Tunnel of Oppression” might find walls inked with homophobic rants and tables filled with pictures of hate crime suicide victims, which fill the room as students yell racial slurs at spectators.One Tribe, a collective group of members from the college’s student organizations, put its spin on a national program aimed at creating an interactive environment in which visitors are subject...

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