The Columbia Chronicle

‘Coffey Talk’ with paranormal star

By Alex Stedman

October 29, 2012

Chip Coffey is a man of many titles, none of which are ordinary. His business card reads “psychic, medium, spiritual counselor and TV star.”Since discovering his clairvoyance as a child, Coffey has made appearances on “Paranormal State” and hosts “Psychic Kids” on A&E, where he mentors youngsters who claim to have psychic abilities.Coffey, who currently resides in Atlanta, also hosts a series called “Coffey Talks...

Q&A with Jury Foreman on the Drew Peterson case

By Dannis Valera

September 19, 2012

In his striped V-neck shirt and jeans, Eduardo Saldana, a 22-year-old junior radio major, has the appearance of a typical college kid. He goes to school, plays video games, watches sports and runs a blog. Saldana is also from bolingbrook, Ill., a fact that led him to become part of a trial that drew national attention.Read the full Q&A by our Campus Editor, Alex Kukulka, in the Sept. 17 edition of The Columbia Chronic...

Discussing baseball with Bowman

By Lindsey Woods

April 16, 2012

If there is one sports team at Columbia that students know, it’s the baseball team. Mark Kelly, vice president of Student Affairs, has been known to bring up the Renegades baseball team during freshman tours and orientation speeches, never forgetting to mention the championship they won in 2004.Despite its relative anonymity, the team still plays and has just started its spring season. Although The Renegades lost their o...

State of the College Address

By Heather Scroering

April 2, 2012

In his first appearance before the Columbia community in several months, President Warrick L. Carter gave two State of the College addresses within two days, first to a small but sporadically hostile group of students, then to a larger but more subdued audience of faculty and staff.The student address was hosted by the Student Government Association March 21 in The Loft, 916. S. Wabash Ave. Building.Carter delivered his 3...

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