The Columbia Chronicle

Polling station returns to campus for municipal election
Polling station returns to campus for municipal election
By Zoë Takaki , Staff Reporter
In the Communications & Media building on 33 Ida B. Wells, different trash and recycling bins can be located on the second floor. The bins are organized categorically: paper, glass/cans/plastic, and garbage.
SGA survey results find majority of students wanting more sustainability measures
By Elizabeth Rymut, Managing Editor
Members of MSAs host World Hijab Day at the Student Center, for the second year in a row.
Muslim Student Association hosts second annual World Hijab Day booth
By Vivian Richey, Staff Reporter
Sex should not be taboo amongst Latino Catholics
Sex should not be taboo amongst Latino Catholics
By Kimberly Vazquez, Copy Editor
Being a virgin does not mean that you can not be intimate — with yourself
Being a virgin does not mean that you can not be intimate — with yourself
By Avery Timmons , Copy Editor
Closing the curtain: The importance of aftercare post-sex
Closing the curtain: The importance of aftercare post-sex
By Lily Thomas, Staff Reporter
This year’s Lunar New Year Celebration, The Year of the Rabbit, is part of Uptown’s annual tradition of celebration that goes back more than 40 years.
Chicagoans come together to celebrate Lunar New Year, amid racial targeting
By Abra Richardson and Amina Sergazina
Arewa Karen Winters urges the crowd of protesters to do research about candidates in the local elections coming up on Feb 28.
Protestors in Chicago demand justice for Black Memphis photographer killed by police at traffic stop
By Elizabeth Rymut, Managing Editor
Supporters of Mayoral candidate Brandon Johnson Cheer and shout in the pews of the church.
Five candidates for Chicago mayor make their case for city's top office at progressive forum
By Amaris Edwards, Staff Reporter
Rodney Wells, stepfather of Tyre Nichols, speaks at a prayer gathering at the site where Nichols was beaten by Memphis police officers, and later died from his injuries, in Memphis, Tenn., Monday, Jan. 30, 2023. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Columbia's response to recent violence feels 'performative'
By Justice Lewis, Opinions Editor
I See Tyre Nichols in My Students. Why Are We So Silent?
I See Tyre Nichols in My Students. Why Are We So Silent?
By Jennifer Sadler
Sex should not be taboo amongst Latino Catholics
Sex should not be taboo amongst Latino Catholics
By Kimberly Vazquez, Copy Editor
Media Hub Minute Episode 8
Media Hub Minute Episode 8
By Sam Tucker, Photojournalist
Video: Falisa Rays Raising Simba hits the ground running following book release
Video: Falisa Ray's 'Raising Simba' hits the ground running following book release
By Peter Midwa, Multimedia Director
Media Hub Minute Episode 7
Media Hub Minute Episode 7
By Noah Jennings, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Jesus People USA gathers for worship in the early years of the commune in 1972. 
Photo courtesy of Tom Crozier.
Uptown commune Jesus People USA turns 50 and faces dwindling membership
By Kamy Smelser, Echo magazine
Vicki Lei.
Falling through the cracks: Autistic people of color fight for services
By Hayden Mears, Echo magazine
Photo by Gian Cescon via Unsplash.
Our smartphones are harming us, right? Nope! You control how much power your phone has over you
By Olivia Covey, Echo magazine
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