The Columbia Chronicle

The parents of Barbara and Patricia Grimes and their surviving daughter, Therese, at the murder inquest. Barbara Grimes and Patricia Grimes are two girls who disappeared on December 28, 1956, in Chicago. They were found dead on January 22, 1957.

‘Chicago History Cop’ making headway in Grimes sisters’ murder case

October 25, 2019

The Chicago Machine, false confessions and even the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll—Elvis Presley—all played major roles in the real-life Chicago drama of the ‘50s: the unsolved  murder of the Grimes siste...

College prevails in Title IX court decision

College prevails in Title IX court decision

September 16, 2019

It did not take rocket science to predict Columbia would prevail in dismissal of a Title IX case that alleged “anti-male” behavior by the college, said Brooklyn College history professor KC John...

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