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‘Food, people and art’: @whatwasbreakfast talks passion and yogurt

‘Food, people and art’: @whatwasbreakfast talks passion and yogurt

March 16, 2019

During his time as a waiter Alan Epstein was always amused by the follow-up questions he had to ask patrons interested in the restaurant’s two-of-everything breakfast: Toast? What kind of bread? Eggs?...

You will always be my Bieby

You will always be my Bieby

By Managing Editor

January 27, 2014

There is something magical that happens at the Addison street Taco Bell at 3 a.m. Out of the shadowy abyss, packs of 20-somethings sporting their best heels wiggle through Wrigley with makeup smeared acr...

Wildcats run through Hawkeyes

By Nader Ihmoud

October 26, 2012

The Northwestern University Wildcats executed their game plan and this time held on to the lead in the fourth quarter to improve to 7-2 overall and 3-2 in Big Ten play.The Wildcats 28-17 victory against the University of Iowa Hawkeyes was driven behind their running game and their great defensive play on Oct. 27 at Ryan Field.“We had a difficult time trying to stop [the Wildcats’ ground game] and the score shows that,” said Haw...

Journalists bowing to sources, betraying readers

By Tyler Davis

October 7, 2012

“Journalists should be free of obligation to any interest other than the public’s right to know,” states the code of ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists. Yet some reporters have been allowing their sources to comb through transcripts and decide what they do and do not want published.Traditionally, politicians have spoken carefully in the company of journalists because the press has the power to expose th...

New semester invites new resolutions

By Lisa Schulz

January 17, 2012

While advancing in Columbia, welcoming the spring semester might take more organization than just moving old Word documents from your computer’s desktop to its recycle bin. Finishing old projects and starting a portfolio is now easier than never.Beginning the semester with a plan to tackle projects earlier can eliminate procrastination, help you meet deadlines and allow room for creative collaboration, all while allotting more time...

Someone You Should Know: Rilee Chastain

By Heather Scroering

October 2, 2011

Rilee Chastain, a 21-year-old journalism graduate, just left Columbia in May. Yet,  her four-month-old blog,, is already making headlines.CBS Detroit announced 2011’s Most Valuable Blogger Awards on Sept. 16. Not only did, Chastain’s side project, score an Editor’s Choice award in the Lifestyle and Family category, it won People’s Choice too.  Chastain’s blog was the only bl...

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