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After more than a month since the ransomware attack on Columbia servers, it is still unclear the extent of the damage and what student, faculty or staff information was compromised.

State of college ransomware attack remains unclear

July 9, 2020

After weeks of silence from Columbia administrators following a May ransomware attack, students, faculty and staff remain in the dark about where the college stands on potentially paying the ransom...

Editor's Note: The Chronicle's devotion to inclusive language

Editor’s Note: The Chronicle’s devotion to inclusive language

June 25, 2020

As many other news organizations have done over the past few weeks, the Chronicle has discussed whether to capitalize the “B” in Black or keep it lowercase in our stories. After extensive time, thought a...

Lena Waithe poses in the press room with the award for outstanding writing for a comedy series for the

Year in Review

May 7, 2018

This year brought change in many forms to Columbia, Chicago and the entire country. Students and Chicagoans celebrated triumphs, mourned losses, demonstrated support and disapproval and helped de...

Chicago is revamping its 311 system to provide for visual ways to report complaints. Residents will be able to rate their satisfaction level with the timeliness and quality of the repairs. 

Chicago calls for 311 system update

May 6, 2018

Chicago’s 311 service request system will soon be revamped to provide residents with more options to report complaints and communicate with the city.Chicagoans will be able to take pictures of problems...

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