The Columbia Chronicle

Local nonprofit urges students to dream big

Local nonprofit urges students to dream big

By Jermaine Nolen
November 11, 2018

Value teachers, unions to better education

By Editorial Board
April 16, 2018

Staying Safe on the Road

By Sponsored Media
April 13, 2018
Fast fashion costs more than market price

Fast fashion costs more than market price

By Kendrah Villiesse
November 27, 2017
Renderings of The Second City expansion of its Training Center depict bleacher seating in its main lobby where students can relax and work. The expansion is expected to be completed by the end of December. 

Second City to debut new Training Center soon

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER
October 19, 2015
At the Jazz Initiative’s event, Bobbi Wilsyn, the coordinator for voice and choral ensembles at the college, spoke about influential women in jazz. 

Women in jazz celebrated by college community

By Campus Reporter
October 19, 2015
“Black or White,” starring Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer, tells the story of a mourning widower (Costner) who is brought into a custody battle over his granddaughter (Jillian Estell) whom he has helped raise for her entire life.

‘Black or White’ leaves no room for gray area

By Max Ginkel
February 16, 2015
Chicago Public Schools teacher Dorothea Tobin, 62, started a knitting club at North Lawndale College Prep., which is not only an after-school activity, but a source of pride and income. Tobin said students have made up to $400 a month through selling their wares—such as bowties and scarves.

Notable Native: Dorothea Tobin

By Metro Editor
January 26, 2015
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