By reconnecting to his indigenous culture, rapper and activist Frank Waln (BA ’14) found a sense of purpose. Now, he hopes to help other N..
Columbia’s first Academy Award winner fought for screen credits for sound editors, mentored Steven Spielberg and later reinvented himself ..
DEMO: You’ve been meeting with alumni frequently since becoming president two years ago. What are you learning?
PRESIDENT KIM: One ..
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 F..
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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 ..
Impossibly gorgeous models lounge, pose and twirl on a rosy, early-morning beach in a video ad for the 2015 swim line of Victoria’s Secret..
On the silver screen, a director’s handiwork can’t be missed, but “editing is invisible,” says Peter Teschner (’80), whose 40-plus film cr..
Renowned chef Iliana Regan (BA ’05) crafts culinary masterpieces, one plate at a time.
Chicago restaurant Elizabeth’s interior could be..
“At the time, the word ‘country’ was a bad word,” says Nan Warshaw on the 1994 launch of her roots-inflected indie rock label Bloodshot Records, with co-founder Rob Miller, outside the company’s headquarters on Chicago’s North Side.