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Pritzker to prioritize education in 2020 budget

Pritzker to prioritize  education in 2020 budget

By Katherine Savage

March 4, 2019

Financial relief could be on the way for a greater number of Columbia students. The troubled and under-funded state Monetary Award Program is scheduled to get a $50 million boost under Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s...

New location chosen for Manifest 2017

New location chosen for Manifest 2017

February 27, 2017

To improve the Manifest experience and avoid potential construction, Columbia has chosen a new location for its annual Manifest Urban Arts festival, as announced in a Feb. 21 email to students. The college’s largest annual gathering, scheduled for May 13, is typically held between...

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...

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...

24-Hour Night a spooky success

24-Hour Night a spooky success

November 3, 2014

For Columbia students, Halloween is more than just one evening. 24-Hour Night, an annual two-day celebration, took place Oct. 29–30 and featured several student-led events, including a haunted house. Rachel Anderson, coordinator of Student Activities and Leadership, helped...

B-Real Dance Competition

February 24, 2014

Dancers of all styles gathered at Stage Two in the 618 S. Michigan Ave. building to compete for a $300 prize in the B-Real Two-on-Two Breakin' Battle. Part of Columbia's Dance Center's B-Real Series, w...

Concert of culture

By Sophia Coleman

March 11, 2012

The sound of loud drumbeats, words of an impassioned rap artist and the rhythmic dances of the Native American culture will come together at ShopColumbia’s inaugural performance series “ShopColumbia Presents.”With the help of ShopColumbia and two Entertainment marketing classes of AEMM professor Rose Pritchett, the award-winning hip-hop group Nake Nula Waun and professional hoop dancer  Samsoche Sampson will display their ...

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