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City initiative seeks to reduce veteran homelessness

By Assistant Metro Editor
September 29, 2014

NFL scores touchdown against domestic violence

By Editorial Board
September 8, 2014
Radiotherapy technology is becoming more efficient with the use of GPUs

Video game technology upgrades cancer treatment

By Sports & Health Editor
May 12, 2014
The college's new diploma, designed by Hannah Rebernick, a Columbia graphic design alumna, incorporates the college's new seal.

Pimp my diploma: Columbia gives a new look to its sheepskin

By Assistant Campus Editor
May 5, 2014
Information from ExploringNature.org.

Scientists closer to understanding sense of touch

By Opinions Editor & Max Green
April 28, 2014
Graphic information from: http://bigthink.com/experts-corner/the-truth-about-hemp-an-interview-with-chris-conrad

Hella handy hemp

By Copy Editor
April 21, 2014
Chicago cab drivers pay a maximum of $700 a week to lease a taxi from a cab company. A Chicago cab driver filed a lawsuit in 2012 demanding the city lower lease rates because it prevents drivers from making a livable wage.

Cabbies demand fare hike

By Metro Editor
April 14, 2014
As part of a city-sponsored competition to encourage college entrepreneurs to stay in the city, 1871, a digital think tank in River North, will select 10 college startups to take up residency there.

River North tech hub expands with college competition

By Assistant Campus Editor
April 14, 2014
Porn and Chicken

Porn and Chicken—what could be better?

By Brandon Howard
March 17, 2014

Mardi Gras lives in Chicago

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
March 3, 2014
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