Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the life of Chicago theatre giant Sheldon Patinkin on Jan. 26, packing the North Shore Center..
Countless people fantasize about becoming Olympic athletes, but few make it to the gold; even more dream of success in Hollywood but get..
Bill Hillmann (MFA ’13) ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, more than 87 times—and then he got gored.
In July 2014, Bill Hillmann (MFA..
By reconnecting to his indigenous culture, rapper and activist Frank Waln (BA ’14) found a sense of purpose. Now, he hopes to help other..
By Audrey Michelle Mast (BA ’00)
Photography by Julia Stotz (BFA ’08) and Maia Harms (BFA ’09)
Imagine your favorite television or movie..
Columbia’s first Academy Award winner fought for screen credits for sound editors, mentored Steven Spielberg and later reinvented himself..
Fiction writers find major success with the minor demographic
By Kristi Turnbaugh
Photography by Jacob Boll (BA ’12)
Think back on the..
DEMO: You’ve been meeting with alumni frequently since becoming president two years ago. What are you learning?
PRESIDENT KIM: One of..
Chicago artist Don’t Fret says 97 percent of his art no longer exists. And he’s just fine with that.
He began using the moniker Don’t..
When Dean Johnson (MA ’01) set out to co-found Crossroads Academy, a tuition-free charter school for students K-8 in Kansas City, Mo., he..