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New Title IX regulations, remote service amid the pandemic could create 'mass chaos' at colleges

New Title IX regulations, remote service amid the pandemic could create ‘mass chaos’ at colleges

May 22, 2020

On top of transitioning Title IX services and resources online in recent weeks, colleges' Title IX offices now have just three months to implement controversial new federal regulations. Title IX changes Col...

Leah Zeiger, a senior dance major, spreads awareness about sexual assault and dating violence through her project called The Sunflower Project.  

Student project combats sexual assault violence

October 10, 2016

Leah Zeiger, a senior dance major, along with other college students, founded a project intended to bring attention to sexual assault and dating violence that some experience in middle school, high school ...

“Hamilton” begins its national tour to Chicago’s PrivateBank Theatre, 18 W. Monroe St., Sept. 27.

‘Hamilton’ brings revolution to Chicago

May 9, 2016

Chicago theater fans “will not throw away their shot” when the groundbreaking blockbuster musical “Hamilton” starts its national tour in the Windy City Sept. 27 at the PrivateBank Theatre, 18 W. Mon...

Columbia celebrates student veterans | The Columbia Chronicle

November 17, 2014

Student veterans and their families came to celebrate their service and achievements on Veterans Day at Columbia. The celebration was held Nov. 11 at the Conaway Center in the 1104 S. Wabash Ave. Building, and shed light on issues still prevalent throughout the veteran population in the United States. Event organizers hope to educate members of the college and the public on what it means to wear the uniform.Video by: Charles JeffersonFor more multimedia content, visit us on Facebook: us on Twitter: get all the latest news, sports, arts & culture, campus events and more at

Terrance Hicks, Columbia's self-defense instructor, challenged students to go head-to-head against one another.

Columbia learns to fight back

September 8, 2014

Columbia College is hosting “self-defense and street smarts” sessions, which are sponsored by Fitness and Recreation.Columbia alumnus Terrance Hicks, the self-defense and martial arts instructor since 2009, will teach the ...

Student Engagement expects new clubs in spring semester

By Lisa Schulz

January 23, 2012

Avoiding networking opportunities with fresh faces in class during the start of a new semester is effortless. Becoming a member of a student group, meeting new people and even starting a club can be just as easy.Student Engagement held an Open House Jan. 17 in The Loft, 916 S. Wabash Ave. Building, a student space on the fourth floor filled with chairs and beanbags, a projection screen, a plasma TV and a curtain wall to cr...

Flood victims remain in need of aid

By Darryl Holliday

November 8, 2010

Despite nearly $300 million in federal aid, some Chicago residents are still in need of relief after floods turned parts of the city’s West Side into an official disaster area during the summer.Nearly a month after a state of emergency was declared in suburban Westchester, Ill., a declaration from President Barack Obama on Aug. 19 made federal funding for recovery efforts available to residents in Cook, Carroll, DuPage, Jo...

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