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You know that college is going to be awesome. National Decision Day (May 1) can be a stressful time–but it doesn’t have to be. We're here to support you in any way we can.

We drew up a quick chart to help you navigate #NationalDecisionDay on #May1st:

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Columbia College Chicago Theatre Department's mainstage production of Hairspray begins it's run TODAY, November 13th @ 6:30 PM!

Book by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan

Music by Marc Shaiman

Lyrics by Scott Whitman and Marc Shaiman

Directed by Michael Ryczek

Musical Direction by Emily Barrett and Kailey Rockwell

Choreography by Christie Kerr

$15-General Admission
$5-Senior citizens and students from other schools
Free-Columbia College Chicago students

For more info:

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Check out our Tumblr for some killer work by our students.

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You’re invited to OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, March 3, 2012

Choosing a college is about finding the right fit—the right academic offerings, the right location, the right mix of people, and the right vibe. And, the only one who can decide if a college is right for you is YOU (not your sister, not your best friend, and certainly not those arbitrary college rankings).

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Columbia Students Occupy Chicago

As the movement came to Chicago, many Columbia students have not only joined the occupation, but have assumed leadership roles in the local movement and are attempting to create a student organization on campus to promote the movement’s ideological goals on campus.

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Students in Raymond Lohne’s “History of the American Working Class” summer course at Columbia College Chicago worked with the hip-hop artist Young General to produce this music video about an eight-year-long strike by workers at Chicago’s Congress Hotel. Mr. Lohne says the video, which begins with a cameo of then-Sen. Barack Obama, seeks to remind the president of “an unfulfilled campaign promise” he made to striking workers.

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Five senior graphic design students are competing to be the next student Creative Director for the Manifest Urban Arts Festival. The winner will shape the look and feel of the print and web campaigns for Manifest 2012. Their work will represent Columbia around the South Loop, Chicago and beyond. Your "Likes" will determine that winner.

"No, you chose your major because you had to. It was your passion: a strong and genuine desire to make the arts and media your life's work. That passion will serve you well."
-Warrick L. Carter, President, Columbia College Chicago

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