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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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Como Women’s March

Saturday, Jan. 21, an estimated 3,500 people marched through the streets of downtown Columbia for the Women's March. People of all ages, races and...

CPS uses student feedback for one to one program

CPS is using feedback from students in the student advisory committee to determine what laptops students will receive next year for the one to one program.

Bruins take second in NKC tournament

Entering the week with an 8-3 record, the Bruins competed in the North Kansas City tournament, seeking to add wins to an already impressive...
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Features

Honored in ink

Teens and tattoo artists give advice on the process of getting a tattoo.

Former emos reflect on phase of self-expression

In fifth grade senior Mariah Dasczynski tried to dye her entire lunch black. She arrived at school with her gray sandwich and a disappointed...

Arts & Entertainment

Netflix’s “Series of Unfortunate Events” offers up family-friendly show

Where the 2004 film failed to develop the story cohesively, Netflix has orchestrated an enjoyable mix of quirkiness and adventure.
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Como Women’s March

Saturday, Jan. 21, an estimated 3,500 people marched through the streets of downtown Columbia for...

Award shows continue to lack diversity

The 74th annual Golden Globes presented yet another unfortunate absence of people of color and minorities among the nominees.

Remembering the life of Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher, the famous, talented and unapologetic "Star Wars" actress was a force that the world sadly lost Dec. 27.

School uniforms improve academic productivity

For many students, high school causes great stress, both academically and socially. School uniforms may solve the problem.

Voters deserve chance to vote for marijuana

While marijuana use was considered to be taboo in society, citizens deserve an opportunity to vote on its legalization.