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Po-Po Pot Procedures

By Arts & Culture Editor

April 21, 2014

Toking up outdoors is a popular activity among Columbia students living in student housing. The growing acceptance of both medical and recreational marijuana may tempt herb-loving young adults to spark up on...

‘The P word,’ part two

By Alexandra Kukulka

November 21, 2012

Last year’s prioritization process generated fierce debate over what programs should be cut or restructured. Over the summer, it gained a new name, “self-assessment,” and seemed to be on the back burner until Senior Vice President Warren Chapman announced in a Nov.8 email that the implementation phase has been in progress all semester.The deans and chairs of each school and department have condensed hundreds of recommendations made d...

Food for thought

By Senah Yeboah-Sampong

October 1, 2012

Laughter from dozens of students filled the multipurpose studio in the 618 S. Michigan Ave. Building Sept. 26 during the Multicultural Affairs Office’s Family Reunion. The smells of fresh pita bread, kabobs and egg rolls melded with the steady stream of voices. While one band played, two staff members practiced salsa steps and twirls. Students lined up to sample cuisines of various cultures represented in the student body,...

One Tribe Presents Coffee Talk

By Estefania Martinez

October 6, 2011

Columbia’s multicultural collaborative group One Tribe hosted an open mic event titled Coffee Talk. With this open mic, One Tribe wanted to open the floor to anybody who had a story about experiences of discrimination to raise awareness about the issues and build a more accepting community in Columbia and beyond.

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