On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, our staff covers the Columbia part-time faculty union election and a series of climate strikes at Water Tower Place on Black Friday.
On this week's episode, the Chronicle's Managing Editor Kendall Polidori talks about Oux, a Chicago band immersed in the queer DIY music scene and the basics of Title IX. Then, we meet Eva's soulmate—her emotional support dog.
On this week's episode, Chronicle staff give the run-down of what Illinois' marijuana legalization means for Columbia students. Then, the reelected part-time faculty union's Steering Committee talks about their goals for the upcoming term.
On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, a photojournalist journeys to the Sahara Desert to see how the climate crisis is affecting the nomadic people who live there. Then, we talk to the Columbia duo behind the award-winning podcast "Death by Dying."
On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines we update you on the CFAC election and a tutoring center in in south suburb Palos Heights, Illinois, that caters to Middle Eastern students. Then, Staff Reporter Paige Barnes speaks with Associate Professor in the English and Creative Writing Department Gary Johnson about Black Panther Fred Hampton, and Muslim voices come together in a Chicago History Museum exhibit.
This week on Chronicle Headlines, the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery brings thousands of people to the Magnificent Mile, a Columbia student's musical comedy "pushes a lot of lines," and a MasQUEERade Ball provides an inclusive space for LGBTQ+ youth.
Switching majors, addressing academic disparity at the college and trend-defying international enrollment rates
On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, our staff looks at the large number of students who change their major, the programs in place to lessen academic disparities for minority students at Columbia as well as how the college's number of enrolled Chinese international students appears to be defying nationally trends.
On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, our staff talks about President Barack Obama's trip to Chicago for the Obama Foundation Summit, a Columbia artist-in-residence who uses books to read students' futures and restricted access to student facilities and resources on-campus.
Hair Trigger goes digital, a retired detective investigates an unsolved murder and director Rian Johnson visits Columbia
On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, we look at the final print edition of Columbia's literary publication Hair Trigger, an unsolved crime from the 1950s haunting a retired Chicago detective and director Rian Johnson visits the college's Film Row Cinema to talk filmmaking ahead of his latest film, "Knives Out."