The first ever assassination attempt on a president took place on January 30, 1835. Richard Lawrence hid behind a pillar at the capital, awaiting President Andrew Jackson. The 67-year-old president emerged from the House chamber and Lawrence took his shot. What he hadn’t planned was for his gun to misfire. Lawrence was born in EnglandContinue reading “Never bring a gun to a cane fight: the almost assassination of President Andrew Jackson”
The latest outrage to plague the minds of Fox News viewers across the country, Critical Race Theory has been discussed and debated everywhere from school board meetings to over dinner with family. The question is, what actually is Critical Race Theory? Britannica says that CRT was first discussed in 1989, but the origins go backContinue reading “Opinion: Critical Race Theory should be taught”
Flying each mission with his pet Capuchin monkey, Eugene J. Bullard never had an easy life, but would become the first Black fighter pilot. Born October 9, 1895 in Columbus, Georgia, Bullard was the youngest of 10, three of which died in childbirth. Bullard was the child of William Bullard, a former slave, and JospehineContinue reading “Eugene Bullard: The first Black fighter pilot”
Camryn is a senior journalism student at Columbia College Chicago. She is the co-editor-in-chief of the Columbia Chronicle.
She is an avid writer, contributing articles to the chronicle. Camryn has always had a passion for history, and teaching others about the events that have led to the modern era.
Camryn was born in the suburbs outside of Chicago. She enjoys yoga, hiking, and taking photos in nature.
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