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Culture Chronversations #4 - Bella Thorne, Method Acting and Representation in Film

Culture Chronversations #4 - Bella Thorne, Method Acting and Representation in Film

September 11, 2020

Welcome to Culture Chronversations! On this show, we ask broad questions about topics we aren’t usually able to touch on in our standard reporting. To give you an idea of who works at the Chronicle and who we are, we’re rotating guests each week to ensure everyone gets a chance to speak. But, note that we’re recording through zoom, so keep that in mind while you’re listening in. On today’s episode we’ll dive into Bella Thorne's most recent controversy, the ethics of "method acting" and representation in film. You're listening to Culture Chronversations.

Culture Chronversations #2 - Concerts, SWMRS and Music Taste

Culture Chronversations #2 - Concerts, SWMRS and Music Taste

August 21, 2020

Welcome to Culture Chronversations! On this show we ask broad questions about topics we aren’t usually able to touch on in our standard reporting. To give you an idea of who works at the Chronicle and who we are, we’re rotating guests each week to ensure everyone gets a chance to speak. But, note that we’re recording through zoom, so keep that in mind while you’re listening in. On today’s episode we’ll dive into what the music scene is like without concerts, how music journalists have been dealing with the pandemic, and allegations of sexual misconduct amidst the band SWMRS.

Culture Chronversations #1 - Internet Privacy, Tik Tok and Netflix

Culture Chronversations #1 - Internet Privacy, Tik Tok and Netflix

August 7, 2020

Welcome to Culture Chronversations! On this show we ask broad questions about topics we aren’t usually able to touch on in our standard reporting. To give you an idea of who works at the Chronicle and who we are, we’re rotating guests each week to ensure everyone gets a chance to speak. But, note that we’re recording through zoom, so keep that in mind while you’re listening in. On today’s episode we’ll dive into the role technology plays in our lives, the value of our data and what that data even means.

Difficult to Transfer and commencement

Difficult to Transfer and commencement

May 11, 2020

On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, our staff recaps its "Difficult to Transfer" series that looked at how departments transfer instruction from the classroom to online. Then, Managing Editor Mari Devereaux discusses commencement

Democratic presidential primary and the CHIditarod race

Democratic presidential primary and the CHIditarod race

March 11, 2020

On this week’s episode of Chronicle Headlines, Managing Editor Mari Devereaux recaps the past week of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Then, Photojournalist Zachary Clingenpeel chronicles a shopping-cart race in Chicago.

Bobbi Wilsyn and Metra Electric schedule changes

Bobbi Wilsyn and Metra Electric schedule changes

March 4, 2020

On this week’s episode of Chronicle Headlines, Managing Editor Kendall Polidori chronicles singer, actress and educator Bobbi Wilsyn’s 40 years at Columbia. Then, Metra Electric riders react to proposed schedule changes to install a federally-mandated emergency braking system.

Chronicle Headlines: Student vlogs and rideshare ‘deadheading’

Chronicle Headlines: Student vlogs and rideshare ‘deadheading’

February 26, 2020

On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, Staff Reporter Dyana Daniels talks about the role of student vlogs in colleges' marketing strategies. Then, we look at "deadheading" and the seasonal dip for rideshare drivers.

 
 
Tripping hazards and the Trans Student Union

Tripping hazards and the Trans Student Union

February 19, 2020

On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, a managing editor looks at potentially hazardous bike lane dividers. Then, we speak with the co-chair of the Trans Student Union.

Queer DIY music, Title IX and Eva’s soulmate

Queer DIY music, Title IX and Eva’s soulmate

February 12, 2020

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.

Weed comes to campus and CFAC looks ahead

Weed comes to campus and CFAC looks ahead

February 5, 2020

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.

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