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‘Tag’ not as fun as I remember

By Micha Thurston

June 26, 2018

Watching a group of men play a game of tag sounds like it could be an entertaining idea. But when there are too many characters who lack development and redundant subplots, the film drags on for 30 minutes too long.“Tag,” directed by Jeff Tomsic and released June 15, tells the kind of "best buds’"story that has become a staple of the big screen. The movie relies on stock characters and stereotypes for laughter: ‘Hoagie,’ played b...

Entrance into the Cannabis Industry

By Sponsored Content

June 14, 2018

I have a chronic medical condition that is currently being successfully treated with medical cannabis. Although this may seem cool, it has been an inconvenience, given where I go to school. Additionally, I have had some issues in my dorm. I understand that, eventually, I will have to move to another state. Nevertheless, my condition and what I am learning in college are inspiring me to get into the cannabis industry. What parts of t...

Science and Mathematics Department begins second year of program

By Ivana Hester

September 9, 2012

Thanks to the addition of a new Bachelor of Arts major, Columbia graduates may have their artistic works restored by fellow alumni  100 years from now.The art and materials conservation major was launched by the Science and Mathematics Department in fall 2011 to instruct students on how to preserve and protect deteriorating pieces of art.This is Columbia’s first science major and the only one of its kind in the Midwest, acc...

Tree taggers take to the streets

By Darryl Holliday

May 1, 2011

Staff and volunteers from the Morton Arboretum came in groups of four after sunset, fanning out in search of Chicago’s trees. By the time the night was over, nearly 500 had been tagged along downtown city streets.Members of the Arboretum, 4100 Route 53, in collaboration with the city, placed “value tags” on trees on April 28 in celebration of Arbor Day. Located in Millennium Park, around City Hall and along downtown ...

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