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SATIRE: Comedy writing and performance deemed 'most popular and promising' major

SATIRE: Comedy writing and performance deemed ‘most popular and promising’ major

April 1, 2019

Incoming freshmen for Fall 2019 are gravitating toward Columbia’s most successful major: comedy writing and performance. According to a survey on annual income, alumni from the past five ...

The EPitome of vinyl success

The EPitome of vinyl success

April 16, 2018

International Record Store Day offers vinyl aficionados an opportunity to salute those unique, beloved brick-and-mortar establishments immortalized in the day dreams of hipsters and fogies alike.The April 21 c...

Protests break out in Puerto Rico as frustration grows

Celebrity relationships are not our own

April 9, 2018

Celebrity couple Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum announced their split after nine years together in an April 2 joint Twitter post, shocking fans and triggering a flurry of rumors surrounding their r...

Harvey’s aftermath is a lesson in long-term support

By Editorial Board

September 11, 2017

Atefter its assault on Texas beginning Aug. 25, Hurricane Harvey left a lifetime’s worth of ruin in its wake. Fifty lives were swept away by the storm’s wrath, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott estimated the storm caused up to $180 billion in damages. With at least 100,000 homes affected by the storm, some families don’t know when, if ever, they will be able to return home. Young adults, like those who make up Columbia’...

PVRIS gained attention last summer with its transformed electronic-based alternative sound. Its debut album, White Noise debuted on Nov. 4, 2014 via Rise Records.

PVRIS turns heads with static sound

February 9, 2015

Turning heads in the alternative music scene with its evocative sound, Lowell, Massachusetts, native band PVRIS (pronounced “Paris”) released its debut album White Noise in November 2014. In late ...

Vaccinations a must, in medicine we trust

By Editorial Board

February 9, 2015

Vaccinations will remain a major point of contention between those who do and those who don’t believe in science for the foreseeable future. With measles making its way into recent headlines amid a U.S. outbreak, it seems that many need a refresher on the necessity of immunization. However, forcing people to face cold, hard, scientifically proven facts is becoming more and more difficult with the increasing popularity of anti-v...

Graduate students in the Photography Department will soon be able to complete their master’s degree in a two-year time span instead of the previous three-year program.

Photo grad students find shorter path to success

January 26, 2015

Columbia’s campus will see changes during the next academic year, particularly the MFA photography program, which will experience a major restructuring.Beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, the program wi...

AEMMP records Day // Night CD release Party | The Columbia Chronice

November 10, 2014

On November 6th Columbia’s Arts & Entertainment Media Management class hosted the Day n’ Night CD release party for their rock artists at Haus in the 623 S. Wabash building.Video By: Christian D....

Thinking of the past may help brain in the present

Cornell Study

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor

November 3, 2014

New research published Oct. 23 by Cornell University researchers  reveals that mental activities such as mind-wandering, which include day dreaming and reminiscing, can boost brain performance on challenging me...

Spelunky, a masterstroke of gaming, two years later

By Colin McInerney

October 22, 2014

If every single person on the planet could be given a video game to play, that game should be “Spelunky.” Masterful in its design and execution, its flaws can be counted on one hand. How a game can be so good lies within its origins. “Spelunky” continues to be fresh and playable no matter how many platforms it shows up on, and PS4 is no exception. It takes what should be derivative chunks of other games and delivers...

Campus Cuts | The Columbia Chronicle

September 17, 2014

Campus Cuts gives the South Loop a look at a local barber school at 214 S. Wabash Ave. The Chronicle had a chance to go inside of Success Schools LLC and learn what goals the students and instructors had and how they define success.Video by: Christian D. HoganFor more multimedia content, visit us on Facebook: us on Twitter: get all the latest news, sports, arts & culture, campus events and more at http://www.columbiachronicle.

Behind the scenes: Don Flesch reveals secrets on 115 year success | The Columbia Chronicle

September 17, 2014

A historic staple of the loop tucked beneath the elevated train line on South Wabash Avenue, Central Camera company has been selling equipment and developing film since 1899. The Chronicle got to meet Pres...

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