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USWNT win fourth World Cup title

USWNT win fourth World Cup title

July 7, 2019

Soccer fans gathered in Lincoln Park Sunday to see the United States Women's National Team take home their fourth World Cup title. The United States took on the Netherlands at Parc Olympique Lyon...

2017 Bank of America Chicago Marathon

2017 Bank of America Chicago Marathon

October 9, 2017

With over 40,000 participants, the 40th Annual Bank of America Chicago Marathon on Oct. 8 drew almost ten times the participants of the first Chicago Marathon on September 25, 1977, which had 4,200 run...

NCAA can’t continue to take advantage of players

NCAA can’t continue to take advantage of players

By Jackie Murray

March 27, 2017

The brackets, the bets, the heartbreak and the Cinderella stories—so many dramatic elements make up the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s March Madness tournament, a battle of the best Divi...

Bears raise ticket prices despite losing season

Bears raise ticket prices despite losing season

February 20, 2017

The Chicago Bears’ response to its worst record since 1978? Raising ticket prices.For the upcoming 2017–2018 season, the Chicago Bears will raise ticket prices at an overall average of 2.6 percent for all ...

Cubs make history after 108 years

By Metro Reporter

November 7, 2016

After 10 innings, seven games and 108 years, the Chicago Cubs are finally World Series Champions. During the Nov. 2 game, the team defeated the Cleveland Indians with a Game Seven score of 8-7.Lifelong Cubs fans Mike Cameron, 66, and his wife Chris Atkins, 64, of Wrigleyville joined celebrations in their neighborhood while watching the game outside of a bar on Addison Street after the victory. They said the title win was a ...

Sacks, lies and videotape: The 2016 NFL Draft’s shocking first round

Sacks, lies and videotape: The 2016 NFL Draft’s shocking first round

May 6, 2016

The first round of the NFL Draft came to a close April 28 with most of the day's talk about leaked videotape footage.Ole Miss Tackle Laremy Tunsil watched helplessly as a day about dreams quickly turned into a nightma...

Cubs hit home run in home opener | The Columbia Chronicle

April 15, 2016

The Chicago Cubs played their home opener April 11 at Wrigley Field against the Cincinnati Reds.  Fans arrived early and gathered near the stadium at local restaurants as they eagerly waited for doors...

Renegades look to score with upcoming semester

Renegades look to score with upcoming semester

September 8, 2015

With new board members, policies and ideas, the Renegades are gearing up for the Fall 2015 Semester with an overarching goal of promoting a more fit and united student body. During the summer, the Renega...

Featured Athlete: Kent Leng

By Sports & Health Reporter

May 11, 2015

Kent Leng, a senior business & entrepreneurship major, grew up with two passions: baseball and snowboarding. While he participated in both sports throughout his childhood, he ultimately chose to focus on snowboarding during his sophomore year of high school. After graduating high school in 2008, he spent a year in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and two years in Salt Lake City, Utah, producing snowboarding videos. Leng’s pass...

Conquering the Curve: The struggles and triumphs of Columbia College’s baseball team

Conquering the Curve: The struggles and triumphs of Columbia College’s baseball team

May 11, 2015

With Columbia’s Renegades baseball team becoming more well-known on campus, the team’s original name has become a distant memory, even to those who have been at the college longer than a decade.Columbi...

Chi-town becomes Draft Town

Chi-town becomes Draft Town

May 6, 2015

The excitement builds, the pick is in. Commissioner Roger Goodell walks to the podium as fans cheer—finally, the 2015 NFL Draft has begun.For the first time since 1964, the draft returned to the Win...

Feautured Athlete: Nic Ten Grotenhuis

Feautured Athlete: Nic Ten Grotenhuis

May 4, 2015

Nic Ten Grotenhuis, a freshman business & entrepreneurship major, started playing soccer when he was 5 years old. The California-native played other sports, including baseball, but no sport could c...

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