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The Chronicle’s Theater Guide

By Molly Walsh

October 29, 2018

“On State Street, that great street, I just want to say, they do things that they don’t do on Broadway,” Frank Sinatra sang in his  song “Chicago.” Although New York City has The Great White Way, thespians...

Travis Truitt was selected as Columbia's new general manager of Student Media, effective Oct. 8. 

Travis Truitt selected as general manager of Student Media

October 8, 2018

The Chronicle and student media outlets will have a new general manager overseeing operations and supporting student workers. Travis Truitt, a 2009 graduate journalism alumnus, is being welcomed back to Columbia as the new general manager of Student Media, effective Oct. 8....

We’ve got your back. Do you have ours?

By Editorial Board

May 7, 2018

Another school year comes to a close, sending 30 more issues of The Columbia Chronicle into the archives.But what has The Chronicle done this year? Actually, quite a lot.In September 2017, The Chronicle reported on the closing of three open computer labs and the shock of many of the labs’ employees when they abruptly lost their jobs without warning from the college.In October 2017, the paper highlighted an accusation of racia...

Building a Better Workplace

By Sponsored Content

March 29, 2018

The more I read about the #metoo movement and the culture of harassment and assault that exists in our workplaces and schools, the more upset I become. I worry about graduating and joining the working world, because I know that workplaces all over the country have problems with misconduct. But I also want to make a difference and combat the problem. What can we--and I, specifically--do to change the culture and build a better work...

Editor's Note: School of Media Arts buries its lead

Editor’s Note: Yes, Trump’s disdain for media will also affect student papers

November 14, 2016

With President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, several groups, whether because of their sex, race or religion, have fears for their future and the current state of the country. Another group is also fac...

Mark Kelly, who has worked at the college for more than three decades, is stepping down to work as the commissioner of the city's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.

Mark Kelly accepts city job, exits college after 32 years

July 7, 2016

Mark Kelly, Columbia’s longest-serving administrator and one of the most well-known higher-ups among students. has accepted a position with the city of Chicago and is stepping down as vice president o...

Football returns to Wrigley

By Etheria Modacure

November 29, 2010

The final score of the last football game played at Wrigley Field, on Dec. 13, 1970, was Chicago Bears 35, Green Bay Packers 17. Thirty-nine years, 11 months and seven days later, football returned on Nov. 20 to the field on Clark and Addison streets. Northwestern University played host to the University of Illinois in the teams’ 104th rivalry meeting. This was the first time the two colleges faced off at Wrigley Field sinc...

Students benefit from design contest

By Lauren Kelly

October 19, 2009

This fall Columbia is hosting the second Manifest Design Competition, a student-based art contest to design the official artwork and graphics for Manifest 2010. All current students can propose work and vote for the winning design on Columbia’s Web site after the submissions are posted.The winner of the competition will win a $500 prize and work with a creative printing service to get the final product ready for distribu...

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