The Columbia Chronicle

Harry Styles groping incident is sexual assault

Grammy nominees show improvement in award diversity

By Ariana Portalatin

October 30, 2017

A fan groped singer Harry Styles as he performed at the We Can Survive breast cancer benefit concert in Los Angeles Oct. 22, prompting conversation on sexual assault and harassment within the entertai...

What happens now? Chicago reacts to Las Vegas shooting

Reports show Las Vegas shooter Steven Paddock had two rooms booked at the Blackstone during Lollapalooza’s 2017 festival weekend

By Jackie Murray

October 16, 2017

To senior art and art history major Sophie Peterson, what she witnessed in Las Vegas was like something out of a movie she wished she never had to experience. Shots from a 32nd floor Mandalay Bay hotel room...

State, CPS must find a compromise for the sake of education

By Editorial Board

March 13, 2017

Forrest Claypool, CEO of Chicago Public Schools, seems to already be planning for a CPS doomsday. Claypool announced at a Feb. 27 press conference that in the “worst case scenario,” the CPS academic year may end 13 school days early if state funding doesn’t come through. The district is $130 million in debt for this fiscal year alone and is expecting a $721 million teacher pension payment in June.It’s unclear why C...

Milo Greene, calm before the storm

By Sophia Coleman

August 7, 2012

It was a hot and sweaty early Saturday afternoon at Lollapalooza in Grant Park when Los Angeles band Milo Greene performed their energizing folky set. But—as locals should’ve anticipated—Mother Nature decided she needed a break from the 100,000 plus concertgoers and cancelled several sets with a flash rainstorm.The five-member band—made up of Robbie Arnett, 27, Andrew Heringer, 27, Graham Fink, 26, Marlana Sheetz, 22, w...

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