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Stop jumping into relationships

Stop jumping into relationships

By Halie Parkinson

October 29, 2018

Whether you swipe right on Tinder, scroll through social media or tackle the hook-up culture, the concept of dating surrounds us.We are constantly watching celebrities leap into new relationships, the ...

Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test insults Native Americans

Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test insults Native Americans

October 22, 2018

The long-running debate over Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s, D-Massachusetts, ethnic heritage has been resolved following DNA test results. The report, released Oct. 15 by the Boston Globe, states “[Warren] had a Native American in her family tree dating back six to 10 generations.”...

OPINION: Fatness doesn’t need permission

OPINION: Fatness doesn’t need permission

October 1, 2018

Tess Holliday, a size-22 model, will grace the October cover of Cosmopolitan UK. Noted commentator Piers Morgan criticized Holliday Aug. 30 after the cover’s preview release, stating the magazine’s ...

Kneeling for justice: a veteran’s response to NFL protests

Kneeling for justice: a veteran’s response to NFL protests

By Jermaine Nolen

September 4, 2018

When Colin Kaepernick first protested during the national anthem on Aug. 14, 2016, I was stationed in Souda Bay, Greece. The game was broadcast at 3:00 a.m. there, so I was not watching football while I...

OPINION: McCain stood up to Trump, but did not stand up for the marginalized

OPINION: McCain stood up to Trump, but did not stand up for the marginalized

By Jay Berghuis

September 4, 2018

In the wake of John McCain’s death from glioblastoma Aug. 25, headlines have defined his legacy: a “maverick,” according to Rolling Stone; a man with “a rare sense of honor,” according to NBC;...

The doors of suite 224

The doors of suite 224

By Zoë Haworth

May 7, 2018

When I graduated high school, I was excited about what the future held. I was about to attend Columbia to study graphic design and had high hopes for the experience. Now four years later, here I am, gr...

We create stories, but ours are still being told

We create stories, but ours are still being told

By Mackenzie Crosson

May 7, 2018

Being from Michigan, I visited Chicago often during summer vacations growing up. I was amazed by the massive flow of people crowding the sidewalks, breathtaking lakefront and the idea that endless opp...

I need a jacket

I need a jacket

By Mayan Darbyshire

May 7, 2018

When you are as unmotivated as I am, anything that happens feels like God’s blessing.I joined The Chronicle team as a second-semester senior. At that point, almost three years into college, I had be...

Life is about second chances

Life is about second chances

By Tyra Bosnic

May 7, 2018

A year ago, I never thought I would be working at The Columbia Chronicle—again.In fall 2016, I worked as an Arts & Culture reporter before life got in the way and I had to give my two-week notice...

Enough is enough: Frat life needs to change

Enough is enough: Frat life needs to change

By Tessa Brubaker

April 30, 2018

A video of Syracuse University’s Theta Tau fraternity members went public April 19, showing them using homophobic, racist and anti-Semitic slurs. In another video released April 21 by the university...

Syrians need help, but not like that

Syrians need help, but not like that

By Tyra Bosnic

April 23, 2018

Are missiles now included in humanitarian aid kits?In response to another alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria, the U.S. led  airstrikes April 14 with the support of the U.K. and France. The missil...

We must recognize the Armenian genocide

We must recognize the Armenian genocide

By Olivia Deloian

April 23, 2018

“Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” Adolf Hitler asked in an August 1939 speech as he stood poised to occupy Poland and exterminate its Jewish population.As aghast as I ...

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