Take a listen to a special edition of "Chronicle Headlines" as host Paige Barnes recaps the top stories from this semester. She'll share updates about the CTA modernization, Making Week, a selfie museum that has all new summer backdrops and more.
Students and parents are divided about the college’s announcement to require a COVID-19 Vaccine before the start of the Fall Semester. Host Paige Barnes tells you more about what both sides are saying.
Hear about how volunteers helped endangered piping plovers, Monty and Rose just in time for mating season. Also, hear how fashion plays a role in the queer community and a booklist to recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Chronicle Headlines: Columbia requires COVID-19 vaccine, Juneteenth, Response to State of the College Address and more
Columbia is requiring all students to get a COVID-19 vaccine before returning for the Fall semester. Host Paige Barnes tells you what we know so far about the new requirement and how soon you can get vaccinated on campus. Also, hear about the latest step Columbia has taken toward its goal of becoming an anti-racist institution.
Stay tuned to hear what faculty and staff had to say in response to President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim’s State of the College Address. Many were not too happy to hear what Kim shared.
Finally, the Columbia community shares their thoughts on the outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial.
What's better than listening to your favorite music at home? Listening to live musical performances of course! This week, Flobot's own Sarah Hubbard talks to us about what live musical performances are like both on stage and in the crowd as well as giving us a peak at how musicians have been doing during the pandemic.
Chronicle Headlines: State of the College address, Renting advice and “Does the Art Excuse the Accused?”
President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim released his prerecorded State of the College address. Host Paige Barnes gives you a rundown of what Kim shared and where he sees room for improvement.
Learn some helpful information before you rent an apartment in Chicago and hear about “Does the Art Excuse the Accused?”, a new interactive gallery tackling the debate about if an artist can be separated from their art. See it at the Student Center, 754. S. Wabash Ave., before April 30.
Station closures ahead. Your commute around the city might take a little longer than normal. Hear what you need to prepare for in the coming months to get to your destination on time.
An in-person graduation ceremony may not be a pipe dream after all for Columbia seniors. Learn where it would take place and what you can do to make it happen.
Need some class suggestions for the Fall semester? Hear about some unique classes that can fill your core requirements.
Time to reject your humanity and join host, Isaiah Colbert for another episode of the Fear of Missing Out Podcast. This week, we are joined by Terrain Walker as we talk about the crazy, noisy and bizarre world of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
Columbia students had to say goodbye to Spring Break. Hear what’s replacing it and what faculty had to say about the decision they weren’t included in.
On-campus tours are starting back up at Columbia, and they are quite the commodity. Hear how Columbia’s admissions team is able to host prospective students and their families. The FRIENDS Experience is back open after going “on a break.” Learn about what you can expect if you go.
Finally, host Paige Barnes addresses the rise in anti-American hate and how it has affected her as a journalist.
Chronicle Headlines: Counseling Services, Motu audio system, Black-owned meal kits and Goodbye Camilla
Columbia's Counseling Services Office is spread thin amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear about what's causing the office to struggle and how it's still trying to meet student's needs.
The Music Department has a new way for its students to rehearse in tune and in sync while staying safe. Learn about how the Motu audio system works.
Coming up, at-home meal kits are on the rise since the start of the pandemic. Here are two options for you to order from that are owned by Black-women entrepreneurs.
Keep listening to hear from Camilla Forte, director of photography, as she says goodbye to the Chronicle and hello to new opportunities.