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Columbia College Chicago presents Story Week 2015, March 15-21

Columbia College Chicago’s department of Creative Writing proudly presents STORY WEEK 2015, March 15th through the 21st.

This year’s featured authors include: 

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News

Our Favorites from Autumn/Winter MFW 2015

Sadly, we are almost approaching a halt with this year’s Autumn/ Winter Fashion Weeks. But don’t throw in your slightly used Egyptian cotton towels just yet- Milan’s turn to wow us all with their traditional tailoring, beautiful usage of quality textiles and fabrics, and elegant practicality certainly went unmissed. 441 more words

Honoring Leonard Nimoy

To honor the passing of Leonard Nimoy, the actor famous for his role as Mr. Spock on Star Trek, the Archives searched for the footage of his visit to Columbia College Chicago in 1980. 528 more words

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Our Favorites from Autumn/ Winter LFW 2015

London is known for creating several awesome things: the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, London Eye, and of course no one can forget (even if they tried) enchanting the lovely Fergie with its beauty to create ‘London Bridge’. 490 more words

Our Favorites from Fall 2015 NYFW

As you fashion-lovers probably already know, New York Fashion Week has just come to a close for the Fall 2015 season. If you are like me and were constantly scouring Rachel Zoe, Amy Astley, and other fashion powerhouses’ instagram posts, then you too were bombarded with hundreds of outrageously gorgeous pictures from the shows that just about made you want to cry into your unfinished homework. 850 more words

Iceland Airwaves 2014 Radio Documentary Airs THIS WEEKEND! Check Out Our 'Film Trailer'

Our final Iceland Airwaves radio documentary has been produced. It airs TOMORROW, February 21, 2015 at 10 a.m. and Monday, February 23, 2015 at 6 p.m. 32 more words

Music

The Return of the Cassette Tape: Our College Pick

Journalists write about things they don’t have prior knowledge of all the time, but that doesn’t make it any less challenging—especially when what you’re covering seems so odd and obsolete. 80 more words

Nonfiction