The Columbia Chronicle

College continues turnover: hiring, promotion overhaul

Academic Affairs turnover

By Campus Editor

April 4, 2016

Approximately 19 current and new academic affairs positions—internal and external—will have undergone change this academic year, with even more changes expected in the upcoming year. Some positions include ...

Chicago youth rally for brighter future

By Contributing Writer

April 9, 2012

By Charles Jefferson, Contributing WriterChants of “We are young and unemployed” and signs that read “We are the future. Invest in us,” filled the Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph St., as youth advocates from across the city demanded more from policymakers.The advocates rallied April 3 to call attention to youth violence and demand increased funding for youth centers and more opportunities for summer employment.The ...

Aldermanic candidates tell what turnover means for city

By Heather McGraw

February 14, 2011

As 2nd Ward residents prepare to elect their representative for the next four years, a new City Council is taking shape that will influence residents citywide.With Mayor Richard M. Daley ending his 22-year rule in Chicago—which has included an increase in mayoral budgetary power—many aldermen expect a transfer of control in the coming election cycle.While constituents in each of the 50 wards will elect their alderman, ...

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