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The 26th ‘Hokin Honors’ exhibition showcases collegewide creative work

April 19, 2019

The 26th "Hokin Honors" exhibition opened April 11 in The Hokin Project Gallery, 623 S. Wabash Ave., and features creative work from students selected by faculty members in 10 departments. The exhibition...

Trump uses soldiers as pawns to further immigration agenda

Trump uses soldiers as pawns to further immigration agenda

November 9, 2018

President Donald Trump is using our armed forces like G.I. Joe action figures to push his anti-immigration agenda.Staging a “hurry up and wait” scenario for the military, President Trump is putting his own ...

ShopColumbia artists to be featured in upcoming holiday art market

ShopColumbia artists to be featured in upcoming holiday art market

November 3, 2018

The holiday season is approaching and this year, for the first time, Columbia students will play a major role in Millennium Park holiday festivities. A new event known as the Millennium Park Art Market was...

Play ‘shakes the mess outta’ 1960’s lack of representation

Play ‘shakes the mess outta’ 1960’s lack of representation

By Miranda Manier

November 13, 2017

A young girl named Daughter was surrounded by a community of black women, some blood relatives and some not, who raised and supported her following her mother’s death in the 1960s American South.Daug...

Give your input on Strategic Plan

By Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2014

For those of us at Columbia whose academic existence was touched even minutely by Prioritization, being wary of the new Strategic Plan is a natural response. Years later, faculty, staff and students still feel the bitter pinch of former President Warrick Carter’s failed attempt at something similar. But the new initiative, spearheaded by President Kwang-Wu Kim and Senior Vice President and Provost Stan Wearden, is far from...

DanceSpire: More Than An Artist

September 22, 2014

Senior Deavondre Jones presents the debut of his motivational speaking company DanceSpire during this years Wabash Arts Corridor Crawl on Sept, 19 at Stage Two, 618 S Michigan Ave. Jones explains what “...

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