Marginalia, Graduate Blog

AEMM Grad Students Tell Their Story… in Tweets!

by Joshua C. Robinson

Twitter is such a funny thing. You’re limited to the briefest of responses, and you have to be very good at editing, making up new words, and abbr. words, to …

AEMM Grad Students Tell Their Story… in Tweets!

Twitter is such a funny thing. You’re limited to the briefest of responses, and you have to be very good at editing, making up new words, and abbr. words, to …

Business & Entrepreneurship MAM Joshua C. Robinson, JoshuaCDRobinson@gmail.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

The line between personal and professional in journalism

by Katie Kather

I’ve been thinking a lot about social media. What is appropriate? When are you sharing too much? What is the line between personal and professional in the journalism business–assuming there …

The line between personal and professional in journalism

I’ve been thinking a lot about social media. What is appropriate? When are you sharing too much? What is the line between personal and professional in the journalism business–assuming there …

Journalism MA Katie Kather, kathryn.kather@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

#PRODUCERS

by Conor O'Farrell

It was during Zoran’s Criticial Analysis of Contemporary Film & Video class last week, when we were discussing the dawn of the VCR and it’s impact on the film and …

#PRODUCERS

It was during Zoran’s Criticial Analysis of Contemporary Film & Video class last week, when we were discussing the dawn of the VCR and it’s impact on the film and …

Cinema Art + Science - Creative Producing Conor O'Farrell, conor.ofarrell@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

Twitter Performance

by Justin Botz

In my class in media performance on Monday, I had the opportunity to experiment with a performance idea that required a number of participants.

Twitter Performance

In my class in media performance on Monday, I had the opportunity to experiment with a performance idea that required a number of participants.

Interdisciplinary Arts & Media MFA Justin Botz, justin.botz@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

First Semester Reflections

by Katie Kather

It’s about two weeks into winter break. Christmas and all of its preparations and excitement are over. For the first time since August, I have nothing to think about except …

First Semester Reflections

It’s about two weeks into winter break. Christmas and all of its preparations and excitement are over. For the first time since August, I have nothing to think about except …

Journalism MA Katie Kather, kathryn.kather@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

Sam McPheeters Reads at Columbia College Chicago

by Chris Terry

On April 12, I was glad to bring Sam McPheeters in to Columbia College Chicago Multicultural Affairs to read from his debut novel, The Loom of Ruin.

Sam McPheeters Reads at Columbia College Chicago

On April 12, I was glad to bring Sam McPheeters in to Columbia College Chicago Multicultural Affairs to read from his debut novel, The Loom of Ruin.

Creative Writing - Fiction MFA Chris Terry, chrislterry@gmail.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605