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Big Mouth’s open mic night offered diversity in its performances and featured spoken word, comedy and music including acts such as Serena Isabelli, Leah Griffith and Mr. Wall Street.

First Big Mouth yields big turnout

By Campus Reporter
September 14, 2015
President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim was appointed to his role as Columbia’s 10th president on Feb. 26, 2013.

Kim advises incoming students on first-year success

By Editor-in-Chief
June 18, 2015
Tom Fertsch

Featured Athlete: Tom Ferstch

By Assistant Sports and Health Editor
December 1, 2014
President Kwang-Wu Kim spoke to the City Club of Chicago to raise awareness of the college among the Chicago community at Maggiano’s Banquet Restaurant, 111 W. Grand Ave. on Nov 13.

Kim invites community to embrace Columbia

By Campus Editor
November 17, 2014
President Kim launches joint faculty, staff town hall meetings

President Kim launches joint faculty, staff town hall meetings

By Assistant Campus Editor
October 27, 2014
President Kwang-Wu Kim spoke with students about success after graduation on Oct. 16 at a forum hosted by the Student Government Association. 

Kim addresses student success

By Associate Editor
October 20, 2014
Fashion students going green for Chicago runways

Fashion students going green for Chicago runways

By Campus Editor
October 20, 2014
The college administration announced Oct. 16 that, after three years, graduation will no longer be held at the Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St. This year, the commencement ceremony will be held at the Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Congress Parkway. 

No caps, gowns at Chicago Theatre

By Assistant Campus Editor
October 20, 2014
Mike Hadreas’ stage persona, Perfume Genius, released his debut album Learning in 2010. His popularity has since grown and in his new album Too Bright, Hadreas explores his bigger sound with confidence.

Perfume Genius flaunts new confidence

By Features Editor
October 13, 2014
Administrators, including John Green, interim dean of the School of Fine and Performing Arts, and vice president and provost Stan Wearden, attended the Faculty Senate meeting Oct. 3 during which the senate discussed its concerns surrounding the restructuring of the Art + Design Department and the senate’s provost appointment policy. 

Art + Design Department slated to split in two

By Associate Editor
October 6, 2014
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