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AEMMP records partners with global distribution company, takes label to a 'higher level'

AEMMP records partners with global distribution company, takes label to a ‘higher level’

June 10, 2020

Columbia’s student-run record label AEMMP Records has partnered with a global distribution company, bringing in revenue for the label and expanding its audience. “There is a deeper relationship...

Columbia donated 14 iPads to an elementary school in New Mexico located on the Taos Pueblo Indian Reservation for students to learn civic media skills with the technology.

Columbia forms civic media partnership with New Mexico elementary school

June 25, 2019

Students at a New Mexico elementary school are now using iPads donated by Columbia for a number of projects, ranging from recording the oral history of their Native American elders to creating music vid...

Laura Kinter helps Awakening in any way she can, while focusing on marketing, development and event planning. 

Notable Native: Laura Kinter

April 21, 2018

As the associate director of Awakening, a nonprofit providing an artistic outlet for sexual assault survivors, 27-year-old Laura Kinter pitches in any way she can, whether it is planning major events or ...

Sound Off: Beyoncé’s questionable re-release far from flawless

By Managing Editor

December 1, 2014

Beyoncé dropped her surprise visual album just before midnight on Dec. 12, 2013, an act that caught fans and the industry as a whole off-guard.  The self-titled album was her fifth full-length album, and it came without any type of warning. By the time the album dropped, most fans had either forgotten about her promised release or given up hope that it would arrive any time soon after being strung along with false promis...

VIRB

Virb terminates partnership with college

October 27, 2014

Virb, a website hosting platform, has terminated its partnership with Columbia after being bought out by the website host company Go Daddy in October 2013. Prior to the college’s partnership with Virb, which began in 2012, Columbia used an in-house system called WebAgent that host...

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