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Program closures stir emotions among faculty and students

Program closures stir emotions among faculty and students

February 15, 2019

Students and faculty reacted with sadness and a deepening mistrust for the administration as the news sunk in that two programs—Early Childhood Education and Dance Movement Therapy—will no longer be offered after the current cohorts complete their degrees. Junior e...

Famine victims should not be victims of bad politics

Famine victims should not  be victims of bad politics

By Arabella Breck

March 6, 2017

One week after the South Sudanese government and U.N. declared a state of famine in South Sudan, there are reports of Sudanese people eating water lilies to stay alive, according to a Feb. 28 Al Jazeera a...

Local bookstore’s monthly panels to provide space for artists, resistance

Local bookstore’s monthly panels to provide space for artists, resistance

January 30, 2017

Packed into the small corridors of an Andersonville bookstore, Chicagoans came together to inspire political change and build resistance in response to the inauguration of Donald Trump. Women and Children...

Democracy must prevail in DRC

Democracy must prevail in DRC

By Managing Editor

November 7, 2016

U.N. human rights experts calling for an end to the ban on political protests in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, but DRC police have continued to enforce the ban by strengthening their presenc...

Isolationism causes more hate crimes in UK

Isolationism causes more hate crimes in UK

By Managing Editor

October 17, 2016

When "Brexit," or the U.K.'s exit from the European Union, was passed by popular vote June 23, many people expressed concern about how this referendum could increase racism and xenophobia in the U.K., and n...

Female genital mutilation illegal, but not eliminated

Female genital mutilation illegal, but not eliminated

By Managing Editor

September 19, 2016

The U.K.’s failure to ever successfully prosecute a female genital mutilation case in a country where thousands of women are known to have undergone the procedure was declared a national disgrace by Br...

Manifest aims to ‘animate’ art community

Manifest aims to ‘animate’ art community

May 2, 2016

Columbia will come together on May 13 for the final celebration of the academic year, uniting every department to celebrate the 16th annual Manifest Urban Arts Festival. More than 2,000 student artists...

Jay Roach’s biopic ‘Trumbo’ highlights political edge

Jay Roach’s biopic ‘Trumbo’ highlights political edge

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER

November 16, 2015

Film director Jay Roach visited Chicago Nov. 11 for an advance screening and audience discussion of his new independent film “Trumbo,” which had a limited release Nov. 6.Roach, known for directing...

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