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We must recognize the Armenian genocide

We must recognize the Armenian genocide

By Olivia Deloian

April 23, 2018

“Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” Adolf Hitler asked in an August 1939 speech as he stood poised to occupy Poland and exterminate its Jewish population.As aghast as I ...

Decorating with Canvas Prints

By Sponsored Content

April 19, 2018

Canvas prints allow you to convert photographs into beautiful works of art. The process involves submitting pictures of your choice, which are transposed onto canvas prints in the size and style of your choice. By hanging a canvas print in your home, it can transform the space in question, providing a missing element that improves the aesthetic environment. There are various canvas prints to choose from. Gallery Wrapped EdgesCa...

‘Birdman’ a soaring comeback for Michael Keaton

‘Birdman’ a soaring comeback for Michael Keaton

November 3, 2014

Everybody loves a great comeback story—stars such as Robert Downey Jr. and Betty White have done just that, disappearing from the spotlight and reemerging in roles that reenergize their careers. Now it...

‘Veronica Mars’ mystery worth investigating

‘Veronica Mars’ mystery worth investigating

By Stephen Hall Film Critic

March 17, 2014

In the early 2000s, “Veronica Mars” delighted audiences with three seasons of the heroic tales of its teenage title character, who solved mysteries while dealing with the pressures of high school. ...

Obama put in hip-hop spotlight

By The Columbia Chronicle

September 16, 2012

By Tyler Eagle, Contributing WriterA Columbia event, Rap Sessions: Community Dialogues on Hip-Hop, hosted a panel of hip-hop activists and analysts from across the country who discussed the importance of the 2012 presidential election, among other topics.The panel, held in the Conaway Center, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., on Sept. 13 touched on President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, the Tea Party movement,  the media, the ...

Cusack goes mad for Poe

By Sophia Coleman

April 22, 2012

The work of Edgar Allan Poe is dark, otherworldly and filled with death. To tap into his mind is to experience the chaos of one of the world’s most famous and self-destructive poets.In taking on the on the role of Poe, one must give in to his demons. None other than John Cusack, Evanston native and A-list actor known for his underdog and rebel roles, accepted the challenge and has created a multi-faceted depiction of Po...

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