Steppin' in Chicago | The Columbia Chronicle
The Chronicle sat down with Chicago "Style" Steppers, LLP and a West Side stepper who stepped the day away at the Daley Center on Feb. 10th....
Chicago's Chinatown | The Columbia Chronicle
Chinatown is an ethnic-Chinese neighborhood located on the South Side. Besides authentic Chinese food, there are murals depicting history of Chinese immigrants in United States. Small businesses in the neighborhood offer local Chinese herbs, teas, gr......
LGBTQ Kickoff Event at Columbia College Chicago | The Columbia Chronicle
Columbia’s office of LGBTQ Culture and Community at Columbia College Chicago organized a kickoff event for new and returning students to register for membership and mingle with one another. The event was held Sept. 10 in the 623 S. Wabash Ave. Buildi......
An Ethnic Food Tour of Chicago: Pilsen | The Columbia Chronicle
Pilsen a Lower West Side neighborhood is known for its vibrant murals, authentic Mexican cuisine and an immigrant community largely dominated by Hispanics. The culturally rich neighborhood makes many Hispanic residents from all around the city feel a......
Chicago says goodbye to Hot Doug's | The Columbia Chronicle
Chicago’s favorite North Side hot dog spot, Hot Doug’s, 3324 N. California Ave., closed permanently Oct. 3. The closing was officially announced in May. The pouring rain, however, did not stop loyal fans from enjoying one last great meal there. Custo......
Friday Jazz at Columbia College Chicag | The Columbia Chronicle
The Jazz Gallery features a student jazz combo in a weekly series that performs Fridays in the Music Center Lobby of the 1014 S. Michigan Ave. Building....
Featured Artist: Rebecca Brunner | The Columbia Chronicle
Sophomore music major Rebecca Brunner talks about her new video series "At a Glance" and how Columbia has opened doors for her as a singer/songwriter. Brunner has performed covers of top artists, such as Alicia Keys and Rihanna, writes original work,......
Columbia Chronicle Year in Review (2017-2018)
A look back at the events the Chronicle covered over the past year....
I moved in! | Columbia College Chicago
Kansas kid takes on Chicago! I moved into my dorm at Columbia College Chicago!Follow me if you wannaTwitter: @colormegracie_Insta: Gracie__HammondWebsite: GracieHammondphotography.com...
Columbia Chronicle employees take on the lemon challenge
Designed to help raise awareness for the bone marrow registry, Columbia Chronicle employees took part in the "lemon challenge" and nominated their friends and family to do the same....
Annual Pilsen Good Friday Procession | The Columbia Chronicle
Hundreds gathered Friday at Providence of God Parish in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. The procession was a reenactment of Good Friday, and parishioners walked along 18 street to Harrison Park. The closing prayer was held at St. Adalbert Parish....
State Rep. Ken Dunkin makes appearance at Columbia College | The Columbia Chronicle
Ken Dunkin, incumbent State Rep. of the 5th District, spoke to Columbia students Feb. 25 at the Library, 624 S. Michigan Ave., about his political views, the state budget and his opponent’s attack on him about his past conviction....
My Chicago Story - Columbia College Chicago
This video is about My Chicago Story, for my City of Stories class with Professor Sam Weller at Columbia College Chicago....
Jason Van Dyke appears in court for status hearing | The Columbia Chronicle
Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke appeared in court Jan. 29 for a status hearing for the murder of unarmed teenager Laquan McDonald. Protesters gathered outside the courthouse to express their concerns and feelings regarding the alleged cover-up......
Columbia College Chicago Theatre
A Sampling from Columbia College Chicago's 2010-2011 Main Stage Productions...
Columbia College Chicago Admissions
YOU ARE CREATIVE — you are a filmmaker, a dancer, a musician, a performer. You are a writer, a producer, a manager. You are a critic, a scientist, a programmer. You are a designer, a painter, a teacher, an entrepreneur. You plan to change the world a......
Columbia College Chicago Review
Columbia College Chicago's history began in 1980 when it was founded as the Columbia School of Oratory. There have been many incarnations of the institution over the years. Thanks to the hard work of the school's presidents, Columbia College Chicago......
Columbia College Chicago visit
I will be attending Columbia College Chicago in the Fall of 2014. I'm majoring in Film/Video Productions....