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Riot Fest 2014

Riot Fest 2014

September 22, 2014
The Kenmore, 5040 N. Kenmore Ave., is one of a series of Chicago Housing Authority buildings. The CHA is considering a program that would allow ex-offenders to live with family members in public housing.

Public housing program to provide second chances

By Megan Bennett
April 14, 2014
The Chicago Lady Cobras surprised fans and competitors in last year’s Women’s U.S. Nationals dek hockey tournament in Leominster, Massachusetts as the first and only team from the Midwest to compete and took third place.

Lady Cobras lie in wait for winter to thaw

By Max Green
March 31, 2014
Revenge porn could become criminal

Revenge porn could become criminal

By Assistant Metro Editor
March 10, 2014
Tax hike could fizz out soda sales

Tax hike could fizz out soda sales

By Assistant Metro Editor
March 3, 2014
Bacon sales rose to $4 billion in 2013

Increased bacon sales amplify health concerns

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor
February 24, 2014

TV alumnus creates Super Bowl Commercial

By Alyssa Medina
February 19, 2014

See how they hear: New study finds heightened hearing in blind mice

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor
February 17, 2014

City puts breaks on ride-share companies

By Metro Editor
February 17, 2014
Jane Ann Ganet-Sigel (left), founder of Columbia’s Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling Department, now known as the Creative Arts Therapies Department, died Jan. 27 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. Susan Imus (right) is now the department chair.

Dance therapy pioneer dies at 87

By Assistant Campus Editor
February 10, 2014
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