Category: Featured Story

A Family Affair

Columbia College has seen a myriad of changes over the last 50 years. As a young man, veteran, student, father and teacher, Michael Perkins has witnessed all of them.

Read More

From the boardroom to the classroom

The Fishman Center for Entrepreneurship’s annual Student Entrepreneur Showcase pitch competition has continually had strong representation from the St. Louis location. From Erika Thomas’ perspective, there’s one man who deserves – but will never seek – the credit.

Read More

A Lifetime of Service

The first thing people at Columbia College will tell you about Keith Glindemann ’15 is that the school’s student-veterans couldn’t have a better man in their corner.

Read More

A legacy of uniqueness

Sidney Larson, former chair of the Columbia College Art Department, once praised the institution for providing “unique satisfactions.” The year was 1968 and a lot has changed since then, yet the faculty’s approach to providing a unique experience for its art students lives on.

Read More
Loading

Tweets