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Founders of the Columbia Renegades Steppers Sean Studivant and Jade Rice

5, 6, 7, 8 … Renegades step onto campus

November 29, 2019

Drawing inspiration from African song and dance, stepping is a rhythmic, percussive form of dance that uses the body as an instrument. Developed chiefly in black fraternities and sororities at hi...

Viola Davis at the 48th festival

Columbia sponsors Chicago International Film Festival

September 22, 2014

The college is helping sponsor the Chicago International Film Festival for the fifth consecutive year. The festival, now in its 50th year of continuous growth, is set to take place Oct. 9–23 and feature more than 200 films from more than 60 countries with an expected attendance o...

Chit-Chat with the Renegades

By Ahmed Hamad

January 28, 2013

Assistant Sports & Health Editor Nader Ihmoud catches up with Abby Cress, president of Columbia's Renegades, for our weekly Chit-Chat.http://youtu.be/b3vY--V8JW4"Renegades" "Columbia" "Columbia College" "Columbia College Chicago" "Columbia College Renegades" "Columbia Renegades" "Sports" "College Sports" "Club Sports"

Rutherford speaks after Obama projected to win

By Hallie Zolkower-Kutz

November 6, 2012

Dan Rutherford spoke to the crowd gathered at The Wit hotel, 201 N. State St. shortly after President Barack Obama was projected to win Ohio.“It’s not over until it’s over, but I think we all know what is going to happen here,” Rutherford said.He praised the efforts of Romney supporters and thanked the attendees for helping “keep a good two-party system in the state of Illinois.”He also acknowledged the import...

Renegades host competition for new logo

By Lindsey Woods

November 28, 2011

Columbia sports are getting a makeover, courtesy of Columbia students.The Renegades have offered the student body a chance to submit the best redesign of the old logo, which has been used since the creation of the organization in 2006, according to Kevin Hartmann, president of the Renegades.“We’ve been wanting a new logo for a while now,” said Abby Cress, vice president of the Renegades. “The old one is really out...

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