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Muggles Association president Megan Ammer cosplays as Louise from Bob’s Burgers at the 2014 CG2 Convention where all types of student-produced fan art is displayed and for sale at the event. The 2015 CG2 Convention will be held April 17 and 18 at Stage Two in the 618 S. Michigan Ave. Building.

Fandom fanatics to host CG2 convention

February 23, 2015

Witches, wizards and other magical beings from the college’s Muggles Association, Whovian Society and Japanese Anime Club student organizations will gather April 17 and 18 for their second annual Colu...

Jake Gyllenhaal goes all-in for psychological ‘Nightcrawler’ role

Jake Gyllenhaal goes all-in for psychological ‘Nightcrawler’ role

November 10, 2014

On the morning news, viewers see footage of crimes, accidents and the aftermath of some of the most painful things a person can experience. But what are the costs some people pay to get that gruesome foo...



November 3, 2014

AS AN ARAB, I grew up eating Arabic food, and falafel is one of my favorites. I always loved to cut a piece of pita bread in half and stuff it with falafel and hummus. The best part about falafel is th...

Beef enchiladas topped with sour cream.

Recipe: Beef enchiladas

September 8, 2014

I HAVE BEEN a picky eater since I was a child. However, being a picky eater does not mean that I can’t appreciate flavorful dishes. My mom convinced me to eat enchiladas by telling me that they were esse...

Student heads jury in Peterson trial

By Alexandra Kukulka

September 17, 2012

In his striped V-neck shirt and jeans, Eduardo Saldana, a 22-year-old junior radio major, has the appearance of a typical college kid. He goes to school, plays video games, watches sports and runs a blog. Saldana is also from Bolingbrook, Ill., a fact that led him to become part of a trial that drewnational attention.Saldana was the jury foreman, or head juror, for the Drew Peterson trial.  Peterson was recently found guilty ...

Underground dining pops up in Chicago

By Matt Watson

April 25, 2011

For four nights, Logan Square Kitchen, 2333 N. Milwaukee Ave., was transformed into an elegant dining room, where patrons were treated to a five-course meal by a collaboration of chefs from restaurants around the city. Main courses included pheasant, venison and lamb, with a choice of pineapple crumble or tapioca pudding topped with mint cilantro syrup for dessert.The event was over as quickly as it began, becoming a memory f...

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