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“Clued In: An Improvised Murder Mystery” is playing at The Blackout Cabaret on Thursdays April 5–May 31, then moving to Judy’s Beat Lounge Saturday’s June 2–30, both at 230 W. North Ave. 

Can I have a ‘Clue’?

By Kendrah Villiesse
April 1, 2018
Awards aren’t everything, but they sure feel good

Awards aren’t everything, but they sure feel good

By Zoë Eitel, Editor-In-Chief
February 26, 2018
Anne Libera, director of Columbia and Second City’s comedy studies program hosted the “Comedy: But Seriously...”  Oct. 19 talk that featured comedian Bob Saget. 

Professor, stars share ‘ideas’ on comedy’s power

By Campus Editor
October 24, 2016
Reductress is a satirical news website aimed at the female demographic.

Reductress combines feminism, comedy

By Arts & Culture Reporter
May 9, 2016
Cynthia Grunden, assistant vice president of Student Financial Services, said she encourages students to reach out to their state-level elected officials to solve the Monetary Award Program grant funding issues.

SFS reaches out to address student concerns

By Campus Reporter
April 25, 2016
The Harold Ramis Film School will teach students to create comic film and video.

Second City film school to emphasize humor in filmmaking

By Arts & Culture Editor
February 22, 2016
Lisa Beasley, Peter Kim and Aasia LaShay Bullock make up part of e.t.c.’s diverse new cast for the theater’s 40th residential stage revue, set to open in April. Katie Klein, Julie Marchiano and Scott Morehead complete the six-person cast.

New Second City e.t.c. cast puts diversity in spotlight

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
February 1, 2016
Second City Main Company 104th Production: Fool Me Twice, Deja vu Jamison Webb surrounded by Rashawn Nadine Scott Daniel Strauss Sarah Shook Paul Jurewicz and Chelsea Devantez © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2015

Second City’s ‘Dèjá Vu’ pokes fun at millennials

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
December 7, 2015
2014 cinema art + science alumna Kellee Terrell’s film “Blame” has won four awards at film festivals since it began showing in early 2015. 

Alumna’s thesis film succeeds in festival circuit

By Campus Reporter
November 23, 2015
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