College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

Content by Quinten Hayley
best intentions

best intentions

September 29, 2016

We cannot help you. We are taking you somewhere, Where they know how to, Deal with the sort of issues, Which clearly have you, Feeling so very obtuse. But you are just sick. That’s...

Why do COD Athletics Exist?

September 14, 2016

  Earlier last week I drafted a column about College of DuPage athletics with some extremely negative connotations. It never saw the light of day, much less print or publication, although it was...

Women’s Volleyball Shows Tumultuous Tenacity; Falls Short

September 14, 2016

    The College of DuPage’s Women’s Volleyball team came up short last Thursday in their matches against Aurora University’s junior varsity team. Four matches were played for a duration...

Costa has gone 80 days straight using 100% renewable resources

September 14, 2016

    Costa Rica is accomplishing a feat that keeps oil barons like the Koch brothers up at night. They have lasted over two straight months without burning any fossil fuels to generate power....

Chaps Dominate in Oshkosh

September 7, 2016

  The Chaparral’s men’s football team experienced monumental success in their game versus University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh JV on Sunday, Sept. 4. The game ended with a score of 48-0, completely...

Colin Kaepernick, Freedom of Speech, and the Power of Perspective

September 7, 2016

  Consumers and other social media enthusiasts have taken to their various internet platforms to express their distress over Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. He recently...

SpaceX Gets Zucc’d

September 7, 2016

  On Sept. 1, 2016, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket owned and operated by billionaire tech guru Elon Musk blew up on its launch pad, which contained an advanced satellite created by facebook’S CEO Mark...

Coca-Cola Cocaine Conundrum

September 7, 2016

    According to various news outlets across the world, 800 pounds of high quality cocaine have been found in a Coca-cola plant, near the Mediterranean France. The value of the bust ranges...

Champion Chaparral’s Conquest Over Iowa Central

August 31, 2016

              The Chaparral’s Men’s football team ascertained a win over central Iowa on Saturday here at the Glen Ellyn campus. Although the first quarter was strenuous (they played...

UFC 202: Still Bored

August 31, 2016

The foundation in which the Ultimate Fighting Championship is impressed upon is becoming brittle, much like the fighter’s progressively softening noggins. The juvenile marketing tactics employed by Dana...

Shut Up and Buy Overwatch 5/5

August 31, 2016

Overwatch is one of the best damn games to come out in the last decade. The reason for its reverence isn’t the games’ genre, or it’s creator/publisher (Blizzard), or the fact that they completely...

Drug Athletes for Entertainment

August 31, 2016

Sports are a human construct, and so are drugs. Well, at least some of them. Athletes have been using Performance Enhancing Drugs since the term was invented to describe what they were doing. It occurs...

How To Sneak Into Lollapalooza

How To Sneak Into Lollapalooza

May 24, 2016

How to sneak into Lollapalooza 2016 Disclaimer: The Courier does not advocate breaking the law. Sneaking into Lollapalooza has become a more serious offense over the last few years, and security has...

Track and Field invitational incites recruitment regiment

May 11, 2016

  The College of DuPage track and field team competed in the Rankin/Peoehlein invitational last weekend in Lafayette, Ind. Although this year’s roster lacked quantitatively, some team members...

Narrow Doubleheader leave women’s Softball longing

May 3, 2016

  The Chaparrals Division III Women’s Softball team experienced bittersweet victory last Friday in their double header versus South Suburban College. They lost the first game but won the second,...

REVIEW: Better Call Saul: A Pragmatic Prequel (No Spoilers) ⅘ stars

REVIEW: Better Call Saul: A Pragmatic Prequel (No Spoilers) ⅘ stars

April 27, 2016

When we were first introduced to Bob Odenkirk’s adorably nefarious character Saul Goodman years ago in the Emmy award winning drama “Breaking Bad,” it became clear to most viewer he would continue...

Chap’s Tennis Triumphs in Men’s Meet

Chap’s Tennis Triumphs in Men’s Meet

April 25, 2016

The Chaparrals men’s Tennis team continued their hot streak last Friday domineering Oakton Community College with a tally of seven games to two. They have remained undefeated since the beginning of the...

Chap’s baseball’s success stunted by Kankakee in home game

April 20, 2016

The Chaparral men’s baseball team’s winning streak ended, April 14 in their game versus Kankakee here at the College of Dupage; they lost 11-6. This comes as a surprise as, before this game, the team...

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