Suppose you find yourself standing on the train because some guy refused to move his bag from the empty seat. That’s the time to get the old brain cage working.
As I started at Columbia last semester, I wrote in this blog quite honestly (and quite often) about the challenges I faced. I talked ..
Kevin Kane has done a lot for Chicago writers, on-campus and off-, so interviewing him was a no-brainer. The fact that he’s a gr..
If you’ve applied to any of the three movement-oriented graduate programs offered by Columbia College Chicago (Dance/Movement Therapy ..
Our most recent assignment for our Methods and Materials for Social Studies course was to complete a book review in order to determine..
For many would-be grad students, February is the month that brings an end to their long wait for admissions decisions from their most-..
I grew up in Portland, Oregon. It is the greatest city ever . I had extremely high expectations when I moved to Chicago, and I am pl..
I recently sat down with MFA Candidate Joshua Young to talk about his new book, When the Wolves Quit: A Play-..
A few weeks ago, I received an email from the Manager of Teacher Programs at the MCA Chicago inviting me to attend their annual Curric..
One of the most common questions I receive from prospective dance/movement therapy and counseling students is, “Do you work?” Althoug..