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‘Honey, I’m home’—Bees find hive in Bridgeport

‘Honey, I’m home’—Bees find hive in Bridgeport

November 27, 2017

Growing up in Indiana, Raymond Tominello was surrounded by agriculture and farming. When he moved to Chicago, he wanted to bring a little bit of home with him, so he created Rooftop Local Honey in 2015...

No resource is untouched by economic inequality

By Editorial Board

November 6, 2017

Economic and racial inequality in Chicago damage all aspects of life for those it touches, an investigation released Oct. 25 reveals.The Chicago Tribune published its investigation of water rates, showing that predominantly black and low-income communities pay more than wealthier, whiter communities for Lake Michigan water. Poor infrastructure and lack of accountability from public officials contribute to these disparities,...

Wearden named new provost

Wearden named new provost

February 28, 2014

Stan Wearden will take over as Columbia’s new senior vice president and provost starting July 1, according to a Feb. 26 emailed announcement from President Kwang-Wu Kim. After carefully considering W...

From inside the ‘beehives’

By Trevor Ballanger

September 13, 2012

Creativity can reveal itself when least expected, and the clashing interests and tastes of three musicians sometimes come together to make beautiful folk music with a playful twist.In, flew ants is the Chicago-based musical machine run by band members Scot Stewart, vocals and guitar; Richard Shell, drums; and Eric Dillon, bass. The three have known each other for years—Stewart and Dillon are cousins, and Shell has been t...

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