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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Veterans denied justice by a broken system

By Spenser Hickey News Editor Since World War II, as many as 1,000,000 men and women have gone into the service, eager to serve their country, only to be sexually assaulted by their comrades. Most never reported it and only [...]

June 11, 2013 Opinion

Tony meltdowns: A memoir

I’m going to try to be funny, but I can’t promise anything because I can’t stop crying. I cried five minutes ago making notes for this column. Maybe that’s funny to you. I’m a mess and I need cake. [...]

June 9, 2013 Entertainment, Opinion
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Changes to housing memorandum frustrate fraternities

By Elizabeth Childers In 2010, when Ohio Wesleyan took over ownership of the fraternity houses on Williams Drive, it was decided that there needed to be an agreement between the Fraternities, their alumni, Residential Life (ResLife), campus foodservice provider Chartwells [...]

June 8, 2013 News

Will you still love me even though my screenplay is horrible? A review of Jeff Nichols’s “Mud”

Trying to decide what movie to see last week, my friend and I were left with few options.  I am not a Trekkie.  I don’t do superheroes.  I love Robert Downey Jr., but not when he ‘s covered in iron.  [...]

June 3, 2013 Entertainment, Opinion