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Turns out, you can pick your family

Internet access is good for more than memes

By Arabella Breck
February 13, 2017
Selena Cotte

Social media censorship is lazy, dangerous

By Opinions Editor
September 19, 2016
Paintings of Chance the Rapper and Common are plastered on buildings on 79th and Evans streets in the Chatham neighborhood to boost positive imaging.

Imagery of Chance the Rapper and Common boosts Chatham

By Arts & Culture Reporter
April 11, 2016
Mark Kelly, vice president of Student Success, visited the Student Government Association’s April 14 meeting to express his concerns that members of the SaveColumbia coalition are misinformed about the objectives laid out in the Strategic Plan. 

Administrators, SGA fear students misinformed

By Campus Reporter
April 20, 2015

Trigger warnings cripple value of education

By Opinions Editor
March 30, 2015
Blood Oath, an improv troupe whose members are former Columbia students, was chosen to perform Jan. 9–19 at the nation’s largest comedy festival, SketchFest, at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave., along with two other Columbia alumni troupes, The Sean Miller Explosion and Awkward Silence. 

Blood Oath jokes its way to SketchFest

By Assistant Campus Editor
January 27, 2014

Local chef takes extreme ‘cookiNG’ online

By Alex Stedman
December 3, 2012

Rolling the ‘Dice’ at Columbia

By Alex Stedman
November 12, 2012

The art of death

By Trevor Ballanger
March 11, 2012
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