CCC In the News - Wednesday, October 2, 2013
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COLUMBIA COLLEGE STORIES
Crain’s Chicago Business – Columbia College learning to just say no
Columbia College President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim discusses admissions standards, budget and steps underway to meet the “optimal size” of the college.
Time Out Chicago – 10 best dance events in October
The Dance Center of Columbia College’s performance series makes three of the top 10 best dance events in October
Reel Chicago – Michael Shannon toplines Oct. 20 Film Summit & Expo
Columbia College alumni Bob Teitel, and State Street Films partner George Tillman, Jr., will be on the “Producing the Chicago Way” panel at the Chicago Film & Media Summit & Expo Oct. 20.
Gapers Block – Writers, Publishers Gather for the Chicago Literati Networking Event
Columbia College alumna Dana Kaye, publicist and owner of Kaye Publicity, will be hosting the quarterly Chicago Literati Networking Event welcoming writers, booksellers, publishers, and media professionals on Oct. 8.
Hechinger Report – Who’s running U.S. higher ed? Increasingly, foundations
Some argue that foundations are filling a vacuum in terms of leadership. With about $1 billion per year being poured into education at all levels, foundations are becoming “huge players in setting policy” for higher education.
Arts, Media and Entertainment
New York Times – Hollywood Advancing Clinton Film
After two television projects—on CNN and NBC—collapsed this week due to political pressure, a third feature film project in Hollywood is underway about Hillary Clinton. The recent news about the two networks scrapping their projects garnered widespread coverage, including Reuters, USA Today, FOXNews, BusinessWeek, Huffington Post
, among others.