Library News

Careering While Queering : Treat Yourself

The Career Center’s groundbreaking series continues as we delve into the importance of self-care and careers, specific to LGBTQIA+ and all Non-binary Students (allies are welcome). Share in the knowledge of our experts Tristen Winfield (Tune.In.With.Tristen) and Dr. Meida Teresa McNeal (Honey Pot Performance) as they’ll be providing some practical tools on body work, healing…

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Writing Tips for Visual Artists

  The library has some great resources when it comes to translating the visual into the written, whether you are writing artists statements, grant proposals, criticism, or more…check out some of these excellent starting places.   Art-Write; A Writing Guide for Visual Artists | Vicki Amorose   Writing the Artists Statement: Revealing the True…

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The Library Sketchbook Project

  Stop by the 1st Floor of the Library to add to our continuing series of sketchbooks featuring student work.   For the past 4 years,  we’ve invited the Columbia community to contribute to our evolving experiment/exhibit. Sketchbooks can be found at the 1st floor circulation desk, and are available for checkout, if you’d like to…

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7 Books to Fuel Your NaNoWriMo

  November is NANOWRIMO (National Novel Writing Month).     Sharpen your pencils and charge up those laptops!  The Columbia College Chicago Library has some great books to help get you into gear and get you on your way. 1. Complete Handbook of Novel Writing In The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing, 3rd Edition, you’ll…

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Book a Study Room

Did you know the library has four dedicated study rooms? The rooms are located on the 3rd floor of the library and are designed for use by small groups. All rooms are equipped with tables and chairs and several rooms have collaborative technology. (But please do not levitate the tables and keep spiritual disruptions and…

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