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Jill Stein discussed her presidential platforms in her hometown of Chicago during a Sept. 7 rally.

Jill Stein holds Chicago rally despite warrant for her arrest

September 12, 2016

Addressing her supporters at a Sept. 7 rally in Uptown, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein discussed the current warrant out for her arrest in North Dakota after spray painting “I approve this...

Mass incarceration requires mass reform

March 28, 2016

The next president of the United States has a big job awaiting and hands full of issues needing leadership. Mass incarceration is one of those issues.The crime rate in the United States is similar to that of other stable, developed countries, but incarceration rates are much higher, according to the Prison Policy Initiative, a non-partisan advocacy group.The United States holds 4 percent of the world’s overall populatio...

Levi Sherman, an interdisciplinary book & paper arts graduate student, is currently creating a series of books about Colombian coffee after traveling to the country for research in December.

Featured Artist: Levi Sherman

April 28, 2014

Levi Sherman, a graduate interdisciplinary book & paper arts student, is using his letterpress printing expertise to research, write and create a series of books about Colombian coffee culture. In addition to receiving Columbia’s Aiko Fellowship for his work, Sherman trav...

Presidential race still tight

By Tyler Davis

November 6, 2012

The presidential race is very close in the key battleground states of Florida and Virginia.The polls in Virginia officially closed at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, but anyone still in line will be allowed to vote, which could delay the states results for a few hours, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.“We don’t know if [the election] will be as close as 2000,” said Gerry Kern, editor in chief of The Chicago Tribune, on the newspapers online election video stream. “We are prep...

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