The Columbia Chronicle

College experiences administrative shake-up

Administrative Changes

By Campus Editor

January 26, 2015

The college experienced a stream of employment changes at the administrative level while students and staff were away from campus during winter break.Susan Marcus, associate vice president of Academic ...

One World Trade Center memorializes 9/11

By Editorial Board

November 10, 2014

Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks destroyed the World Trade Center, the One World Trade Center opened Nov. 3.The building respectfully pays tribute to the 2,977 people who died on 9/11 while keeping pace with Lower Manhattan’s thriving economic development.Standing at 1,776 feet, symbolic of the year the U.S. declared independence, the One World Trade Center is the tallest and most expensive building in th...

Presidential race still tight

By Tyler Davis

November 6, 2012

The presidential race is very close in the key battleground states of Florida and Virginia.The polls in Virginia officially closed at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, but anyone still in line will be allowed to vote, which could delay the states results for a few hours, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.“We don’t know if [the election] will be as close as 2000,” said Gerry Kern, editor in chief of The Chicago Tribune, on the newspapers online election video stream. “We are prep...

Time to get over Islamaphobia

By Editorial Board

October 17, 2011

Sometimes, we snooty Northern city folk like to think we’re better than our overly religious, red-neck Southern cousins. When I saw people protesting the proposed mosque in Murfreesboro, Tenn., I rolled my eyes, unsurprised. Progress seems to take a little longer south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Yet it was a rude awakening to hear that people in upscale suburban Naperville have taken the same stance on a proposed mosque jus...

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