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Nutella Cinnamon Rolls

Nutella Cinnamon Rolls

March 16, 2015

Ingredients1 package Pillsbury crescents1 tablespoon melted butter2 heaping tablespoons Nutella1 teaspoon cinnamon powder1 teaspoon cinnamon powder1 cup powdered sugar1 1/2 tablespoons milk1/2 teaspoon v...

THE CHI-TOWN LOW DOWN: CTA breaks Internet with hate tweets, surpasses Kardashians

By Managing Editor

February 23, 2015

According to the Chicago Transit Authority website, 1.68 million Chicagoans rode the CTA on an average weekday in 2013, which may explain why a University of Southern California study published in December in the Journal of the American Planning Association found that the CTA triggered more mean tweets than the 10 other larg- est transit agencies in the world, the Internal Revenue Service and even the Kardashians.Because the ...

St. Sabina Church celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day | The Columbia Chronicle

January 26, 2015

St. Sabina Church, a Christian church in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, celebrated the 86th Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 18 in honor of King’s birthday as well a...

High-fructose diet leaves mice absent minded

High-fructose diets leaves mice absent-minded

October 27, 2014

In a Barnes maze, under a bright overhead light, rats make their way around a surface resembling a round dining table ringed with holes—each one a potential “escape box”—and use cues to search...

‘Mansions’ sinks like a brick

Paul Walker

By Joh Weitzel

May 5, 2014

IN MODERN HOLLYWOOD, remakes are an ever-present occurrence and, for the most part, mind-numbingly terrible. The worst remakes are completely devoid of what made the orig- inal notable. This is true of “Dis...

Lying and creativity linked

Dishonesty increases creativity, study says

March 3, 2014

Society may frown upon dishonest behaviors, but two related Harvard studies have found that lying may increase creativity.The studies conducted in 2012 and 2013 measured the relationship between disho...

Chronic Relief: A look into the risks, rewards and laws of medicinal cannabis

By Kyle Rich

December 10, 2012

By Kyle Rich and Nader Ihmoud, Assistant Sports & Health EditorsAfter being bedridden for 1,000 days, Mike Graham’s nurse gave him a choice: Use medical cannabis or continue taking the same medication and eventually die from those drugs—if his disease didn’t kill him first.“I didn’t want to be a criminal, but I didn’t want to die either,” Graham said.Graham, an Illinois resident who uses marijuana as medi...

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