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Students encouraged to take control in Title IX reporting process

Students encouraged to take control in Title IX reporting process

February 7, 2020

In the midst of #MeToo, an evolving discussion of gender and sexuality and conversations about what consent actually means, it’s more important than ever for students to know their rights under Title...

The Chronicle takes you behind its story of ‘Confusion surrounds composting initiatives.’

October 4, 2019

Through her reporting efforts, News Editor Kendall Polidori found that many faculty, staff and students were confused on how composting initiatives were carried out on campus, especially within the city...

Joe Keefe (left), an adjunct in the Cinema Art + Science Department, interviews Dan Bakkedahl (right). Bakkedahl spoke to students Feb. 24 about life on the road with

Comedian cracks jokes with students

March 3, 2014

Dan Bakkedahl strolled into a crowded studio on the 15th floor of the Alexandroff Campus Center, 600 S. Michigan Ave., ready to crack dark jokes about his many  life choices.He spoke to Columbia stud...

Here’s to student journalists

By Brianna Wellen

April 23, 2012

My days at Columbia are numbered, and in turn, my status as a college student. Maybe even more significant, my career as a student journalist will soon be over. In some ways, being a student in this situation means residing in an even more tumultuous environment than the professional world that awaits me.When I first came to Columbia, I was a timid, unassuming student, and my first writing and reporting class terrified me. I had ...

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