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‘What’s The Deal With’ Pop Art?

February 1, 2016

Throughout the last 27 years, Bart Simpson has been many things. He was an Academy Award winner, boy-band sensation and even somehow managed to stay 10 years old the entire time.However, he was recently ab...

Mayoral Endorsement: Rahm Emanuel for Mayor of Chicago

By Editorial Board

February 16, 2015

The Columbia Chronicle Editorial Board endorses Rahm Emanuel for a second term as mayor of Chicago.The many difficult and often contentious decisions Emanuel made during his four-year tenure as mayor were meticulously picked apart by Chicagoans, aldermen, critics and even the Chronicle staff, but Emanuel is the best choice for the city of Chicago. It is easy during a politician’s term to see all of the bad in what they...

Poster artist debuts horror show

Brian Ewing's

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor

November 17, 2014

At an early age, Brian Ewing knew he wanted to be an artist.Ewing, whose solo horror poster show “Scream With Me” is currently showing at Galerie F, 2381 N. Milwaukee Ave., through Dec. 2, fell in lo...

Northwestern beats up No. 21 ranked Fighting Illini

By Nader Ihmoud

January 17, 2013

The Northwestern University Wildcats defeated state rival University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Fighting Illini Jan. 17 with a score of 68-54.Following a tough 70–50 loss at home against the University of Iowa Hawkeyes on Jan.13, Wildcats Head Coach Bill Carmody called on his veteran players to perform better. Seniors Reggie Hearn and Alex Marcotullio and sophomore Dave Sobolewski did just that against their state rival...

Put a paw on print

By Lisa Schulz

December 12, 2011

By Molly KeithCopy EditorThe coffee’s strong and the smell of tobacco lingers from the reporters’ recent smoke break. Inside an austere conference room, a group of writers surrounding a long table take turns pitching story ideas for the upcoming issue. Such a scenario is the normal staff meeting for a newspaper.Shana Cooper’s newspaper staff is a bit younger than the average staff, though, and they meet in a classroom after...

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