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Theatre Department shifts toward more  diverse and engaging productions

Theatre Department shifts toward more diverse and engaging productions

September 2, 2019

After student backlash for a lack of diversity in previous productions, Columbia’s Theatre Department will focus exclusively on “everyday people” who are overlooked by society for its upcoming 2...

Chicago’s HOMME  duo gets home-y

Chicago’s HOMME duo gets home-y

February 29, 2016

Chicago-based HOMME is slithering its way through the city’s music scene with its self-titled debut album, released Nov. 13. Friends Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart, who both sing and play instruments,...

Someone You Should Know: Dewayne Sutton

Someone You Should Know: Dewayne Sutton

November 18, 2015

Dewayne Sutton, 33, finished active duty in the U.S. Navy on Dec. 15, 2014. By Sept. 8, he enrolled at Columbia. Leaving the service with a couple injures and a long list of medals and other achieveme...

Chicago jazz band Nick Mazzarella Trio thrives in local music scene

Chicago jazz band Nick Mazzarella Trio thrives in local music scene

November 16, 2015

Chicago's Nick Mazzarella Trio has made a mark on the city's jazz scene by playing on local radio stations and music shows since the band formed in 2008. The trio—including Nick Mazzarella, who play...

SGA President steps down

SGA President steps down

November 16, 2015

Tears were shed by the Student Government Association’s executive board during its Nov. 10 meeting at The Loft, 916 S. Wabash Ave., after SGA President Jerel Ballard announced he would resign from his ...

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