Chi Tea Magazine
Aaron Woebots Martin with ASO fam and Chi-Tea Magazine crew! Get with it!!!!

Aaron Woebots Martin with ASO fam and Chi-Tea Magazine crew! Get with it!!!!

Chi-Tea Mag crew was hanging with Aaron Woebots Martin earlier today! That’s REMO and AARON!

Chi-Tea Mag crew was hanging with Aaron Woebots Martin earlier today! That’s REMO and AARON!

The new Chi-Tea Magazine is out! Pick one (or more!) up at the 618 S. Michigan Building on the 4th floor! DON’T SLACK!

The new Chi-Tea Magazine is out! Pick one (or more!) up at the 618 S. Michigan Building on the 4th floor! DON’T SLACK!

The Tunnel of Oppression at Columbia College Chicago will be held on March 1st and 2nd in Multicultural Affairs — 618. S. Michigan , 4th Floor. Groups and/or individuals who wish to attend this year’s program are strongly encouraged to sign up early via the online sign-up form. Groups will leave on the hour, and walk-ins are encouraged to come on the half hour for a tour.

http://www.colum.edu/students/Multicu…

As Tunnel participants move through a series of rooms, they are presented with interactive skits, videos, sounds, images, and role-playing designed to raise awareness of acts of oppression that exist globally and in our American society. After participant groups tour the Tunnel, they are encouraged to process their experience through guided discussion, shared expression space, and personal reflection (co-sponsored by Counseling Services). Please allow approximately one hour for total immersion into the experience.

We hope the Columbia College Chicago Tunnel of Oppression will help tear down barriers that divide those who do not recognize oppression when they see it. For those individuals who live it daily, the Tunnel should provide an opportunity to share feelings, educate others and help facilitate understanding.

Say YAY, art students!
airfreshner:

This is what I would do :p wish I had a set like that though :/

Say YAY, art students!

airfreshner:

This is what I would do :p wish I had a set like that though :/

Are you going to speak out?

Will you reach out?

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Seth Walsh, 13

Tehachapi, California

Hanged himself.

Asher Brown, 13

Harris County, Texas

Shot himself after coming out due to bullying.

Billy Lucas, 15

Greensburg, Indiana

Hanged himself because of constantly being bullied.

Tyler Clementi, 18

Rutgers University Freshman

Jumped off the George Washington Bridge after a sexual encounter he had with another man was broadcasted online. 

Caleb Nolt, 14

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Committed suicide after constant bullying.

Harrison Chase Brown, 15

Rand, Colorado

Committed suicide for reasons unknown.

Cody J. Barker, 17

Shiocton, Wisconsin

Killed himself for unknown reasons.

Raymond Chase, 19

Johnson & Wales College student

Hanged himself in his dorm room for unknown reasons.

Justin Aaberg, 15

Anoka, Minnesota

Hanged himself after getting tormented by bullies and breaking up with his boyfriend.

Zach Harrington, 19

Norman, Oklahoma

Committed suicide after attending a City Council meeting where the public made it clear they weren’t a gay friendly community.

Felix Sacco, 17

Saugus, Massachusetts

Jumped off of an overpass onto incoming traffic on Route 1.

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Say NO to bullying!

Tinikling Workshop with ASO from Columbia College Chicago and KAPWA from Loyola University Chicago!
Not here? Don’t miss our next event! Follow us! Facebook & Twitter!

Tinikling Workshop with ASO from Columbia College Chicago and KAPWA from Loyola University Chicago!

Not here? Don’t miss our next event! Follow us! Facebook & Twitter!

Chi Tea Mag chillllllen!

Chi Tea Mag chillllllen!

Speak Out - Reach Out
Just Say No To Bullying
Columbia College Chicago
In the wake of recent gay  suicides across the country, come share your story about being bullied  or being made to feel different or “other.” Join the Multicultural  Council and the LGBTQ Office of Culture & Community in an effort to  show respect within our communities. All stories welcome! Get here and get  real! For more information, contact Laila at Lalchaar@colum.edu.
Monday October 18, 2010
1PM
Quincy Wong Center
623 S. Wabash Ave
FACEBOOK EVENT

Speak Out - Reach Out

Just Say No To Bullying

Columbia College Chicago

In the wake of recent gay suicides across the country, come share your story about being bullied or being made to feel different or “other.” Join the Multicultural Council and the LGBTQ Office of Culture & Community in an effort to show respect within our communities. All stories welcome! Get here and get real! For more information, contact Laila at Lalchaar@colum.edu.

Monday October 18, 2010

1PM

Quincy Wong Center

623 S. Wabash Ave

FACEBOOK EVENT

Tinikling Workshop @ Columbia College Chicago!
Learn the traditional dance of the Philippines with ASO, New Elements Dance Crew, and our Loyola family, KAPWA!!!
Facebook Event!
JOIN US!
When: Thursday, October 14 · 5:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: Multipurpose Studio - 618 S. Michigan Ave./4th Floor
DON’T MISS OUT ON THE FUN!!!

Tinikling Workshop @ Columbia College Chicago!

Learn the traditional dance of the Philippines with ASO, New Elements Dance Crew, and our Loyola family, KAPWA!!!

Facebook Event!

JOIN US!

When: Thursday, October 14 · 5:00pm - 8:30pm

Where: Multipurpose Studio - 618 S. Michigan Ave./4th Floor

DON’T MISS OUT ON THE FUN!!!

Mel knows!

Mel knows!

Working on the next Chi Tea! Adam, Remo & DK!
Photo by Ser Verdadero

Working on the next Chi Tea! Adam, Remo & DK!

Photo by Ser Verdadero

It’s FILIPINO HERITAGE MONTH! Kevin Nadal will be giving a lecture @ 731 S. Plymouth Ct (Columbia College Chicago) Thursday Oct 7th at 6pm! DON’T MISS IT!
Facebook Event Here!

It’s FILIPINO HERITAGE MONTH! Kevin Nadal will be giving a lecture @ 731 S. Plymouth Ct (Columbia College Chicago) Thursday Oct 7th at 6pm! DON’T MISS IT!

Facebook Event Here!