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Columbia community members celebrate film successes 

Columbia community members celebrate film successes 

February 23, 2019

Columbia is no stranger to success in the arts, and four members of the college community are currently celebrating the exposure and acclaim of their work in the film industry. Associate Professor in the Cinema and Television Arts Department Dan Rybicky’s documentary “Accident, M.D....

13 Reasons Why: Trigger Warning

13 Reasons Why: Trigger Warning

By Grace Senior

April 11, 2018

Netflix announced March 21 a second season of "13 Reasons Why," adapted from Jay Asher's 2007 novel. The show's first season explored high school sophomore Hannah Baker's life and struggles that led to...

New exhibit ‘Traverses the past’

January 22, 2018

Columbia students, staff and faculty explore the works of Adam Golfer, Dana Matar and Hrvoje Slovenic. They discuss their impressions and the relevance of this kind of work, which focuses on the relationsh...

Students assist “Daily Show’s” Chicago production

Students assist “Daily Show’s” Chicago production

October 27, 2017

Though it may not be the most glamorous job, production assistants are an integral part of television or movie production. Provided with an opportunity to work in their fields on a nationally br...

Featured Artist: ‘Loving Vincent’ painter Dena Peterson

Featured Artist: ‘Loving Vincent’ painter Dena Peterson

October 20, 2017

Painter Dena Peterson was one of 125 selected artists out of 5,000 applicants to animate "Loving Vincent," the world's first oil-painted feature film, which explores the life and death of Vincent Van ...

New interim director appointed to Dance Presenting Series

New interim director appointed to Dance Presenting Series

September 18, 2017

Ellen Chenoweth has been appointed interim director and lead curator of the college’s nationally recognized Dance Presenting Series, following former director Bonnie Brooks’ retirement May 31. Chenoweth, who officially started Sept. 11, said she was familiar with DPS before heari...

Gil Hovav will be spicing up Columbia

Gil Hovav will be spicing up Columbia

September 11, 2017

Frequency TV, the college's student-run television station, will be hosting a live studio interview and webstream with Israeli culinary journalist and television personality Gil Hovav Sept. 13 to discuss his career as a television host and producer. At the age of 24, Hovav launch...

The Black Arts Movement and Beyond | The Columbia Chronicle

March 6, 2017

Students, leaders and community members gathered at The University of Chicago Institute of Politics, 5707 S. Woodlawn Ave., on March 2 to hear renowned poet, author and educator Haki Madhubuti read excerpts from his boo...

Students to debut Columbia’s first late night show

Students to debut Columbia’s first late night show

November 28, 2016

Drawing inspiration from other colleges and several popular late night shows, students created Columbia’s first late night style talk show, showcasing student talent and entertainment, according to the show’s creators. Kate McDermott, a sophomore television major, and Natalie T...

Chicago takes spotlight as growing filming destination

Chicago takes spotlight as growing filming destination

September 12, 2016

Chicago will set a record this fall with eight television shows filming full-time in the city.The uptick in filming projects during the last five years has generated addtional jobs and more than $1.3 bill...

Editor’s Note: College employees, news outlets deserve legitimate communication

Editor’s Note: College employees, news outlets deserve legitimate communication

By Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2016

Throughout the summer, The Chronicle made a goal of pursuing in-depth campus coverage as aggressively as it would during the academic year. As massive changes hit the college during the last few months...

Alumni association president bids farewell, looks back fondly

Alumni association president bids farewell, looks back fondly

By Campus Reporter

May 9, 2016

After holding the position of president of Columbia’s Alumni Association for four years, Joan Hammel, a 1986 television alumna, will leave the post at the end of the Spring 2016 Semester.Hammel said...

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