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A conversation with emerging Chicago star Daniel Knox

Describing 34-year-old Daniel Knox’s music is a tall task. Antonyms like “gritty” and “beautiful” have been used to describe the sound. Adjectives like “derelict,” vaudeville” and “Judy Garland-type baritone” have been used to describe the style. 1,970 more words

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How to Archive Your Life

Working at an archives is all about keeping organized. Here’s what I’ve learned from my two years of being an archival assistant, researcher and writer at Columbia College Chicago Archives & Special Collections: 420 more words

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Columbia men's basketball falls in NAIA first-round upset

KANSAS CITY — Dwaun Stewart doesn’t get a lot of minutes for the Columbia College men’s basketball team, but there he was under the basket with an offensive rebound. 651 more words

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Student Perspective: On Being A Professional Eavesdropper

Have you ever caught yourself listening in on a stranger’s conversation? If we are being honest, the answer is yes. We occasionally find ourselves pretending to toil on our phones while the guy across the coffee shop implores his friend to sit through just one more story about his obnoxious roommate. 558 more words

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Columbia men's basketball gets 4-seed in NAIA tournament

COLUMBIA — The Columbia College men’s basketball team earned a 4-seed in the NAIA national championship bracket, the league announced Wednesday.

“We’re all excited,” coach Bob Burchard said. 381 more words

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Two Stories -- Short Fiction by Shay Lessman

Sitting on Milk Crates Behind the Gas Station in Shannon, IL

Sitting on milk crates behind the gas station in Shannon, Illinois with my cousin Lane was a regular occurrence. 446 more words