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Marco D'Angelo, co-founder of WagerTalk (left), and Tony Kiosow, a sports investment and gaming consultant for WagerTalk Media (right), discuss sports in the WagerTalk TV Studios in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Column: How COVID-19 changed my dad’s job as a sports investment and gaming consultant

July 2, 2020

Growing up, I watched my dad, Tony Kiosow, bring his work to the beach, on trips to amusement parks and to his own hospital bed when he had a heart attack. A month ago, when I visited my parents in L...

Commentary

Workplace discrimination persists among increasing diversity

April 27, 2015

As racism remains a hot-button topic in America, the occurrence of racial disputes seems distressingly frequent.With the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August 2014 and widespread speculation t...

Halftime from the Sideline

White Sox, Royals, dodge balls and brawls

April 27, 2015

It usually takes a batter being hit by a pitch to clear the benches, but that wasn’t the case on April 23 when the Chicago White Sox played the Kansas City Royals.Sox center fielder Adam Eaton hit a o...

Halftime from the Sideline

NBA season a fitting length

March 30, 2015

The NBA season isn’t too long or too short; 82 games is just right.NBA commissioner Adam Silver has been open about extending the league’s season, which would reduce the teams’ burden of back-to-ba...

Over winter break the college placed signs on all campus building doors indicating that guns are prohibited on the college's campus. The college is complying with the new Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act.

College complies with Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act

January 27, 2014

In compliance with the new Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act, Columbia has placed signs on the doors of all campus buildings indicating that guns are prohibited on the college’s campus. Robert Koverman, associate vice president of the Office of Safety and Security, said ...

Student game designs to be sold at Marbles: The Brain Store

By Heather Scroering

January 17, 2012

While most students were cramming for exams and finishing up projects to present to professors during finals week, 16 students in the Art & Design Department’s Product Design V course took their final projects to the next level by pitching their ideas to a real client—Marbles: The Brain Store—on Dec. 12.Working closely all semester with Marbles, a retail store that sells games and puzzles that encourage brain heal...

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