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NIIA finding ‘new ways’ to pull from old genres

NIIA finding ‘new ways’ to pull from old genres

By Miranda Manier

April 20, 2018

Since earning the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts 2005 national jazz voice title at 17 years old, NIIA’s career and musical recognition has flourished. The singer-songwriter was feat...

Album Review: ‘reputation’ by Taylor Swift

Album Review:  ‘reputation’ by Taylor Swift

By Lauren Carlton

November 20, 2017

After transitioning from country to pop in 2014, followed by a three-year break from the public eye and releasing new music, Taylor Swift dropped her sixth studio album, reputation, Nov. 10. This was th...

Homes are surrounded by flood water in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey Sept. 1 near Houston, Texas.  

Columbia assists students affected by Harvey

September 11, 2017

With 176 Columbia students from Hurricane Harvey-affected areas in Texas and Louisiana, 46 of whom are from direct-impact areas, Columbia is supporting students during a time of immense devastation and heartbreak. Brian Marth, assistant provost for Academic Services, said he met ...

Alvin Ailey showcases new work in Chicago dance performances

March 21, 2017

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s visit to Chicago includes a premier piece called “r-Evolution, Dream,” choreographed by one of the company’s senior members.“Every climate influences...

A Madison, Wis. native, Cook brings a small-town charm to her music, often devoted to God. 

Change, one listener at a time

January 27, 2014

Jazz: Some think prohibition, seedy nightclubs and “cool cats” with their horns blowing away into the early morning hours—the countercultural sound of urban expression with a hint of whiskey. Fe...

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