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Editorial: New greenie stop was not thought out

February 17, 2017

Earlier this semester, the Evening North Shuttle route shifted from stopping directly in front of Kelvin Smith Library’s main entrance to Thwing Center, requiring students to sometimes wait outside, over inside, for the shuttle. The Evening North Shuttle begins its route at 5:15 p.m. and circles until ...

Editorial: Our take on RHA’s winter clothing program

February 11, 2017

Even by Cleveland’s standards, this winter’s weather has been unstable. The temperature reached above 60 degrees this week, effectively melting the snow that covered campus in the previous days. This also means everyone needs to wear drastically different clothing over the same week. That can qu...

Editorial: Online concern box is new age for a tech-savvy USG

February 3, 2017

Last Friday, Jan. 27, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) launched a new online dropbox that allows students to voice their concerns about anything on campus. If used correctly by students and USG, it could completely change how the organization governs in the future. The effort put into creatin...

Editorial: “Alternative facts”: the media’s concern stems from between Conway’s lines

January 27, 2017

This week in politics, we have come across a new term that doesn’t make sense. “Alternative Facts” is the phrase, and the creator is Kellyanne Conway, President Donald Trump’s spokeswoman and campaign manager. She graduated from George Washington University Law School with honors and became th...

Editorial: Semesterly Advice

January 20, 2017

Winter break never seems to last long enough, does it? One week, it seems as if exams just finished up and we can finally rest, but then time starts to speed up and before you know it, the middle of January is staring at you and syllabi are flying across campus. It’s easy to go through the motions and ri...

Editorial 14

December 9, 2016

Student Involvement in Campus Issues: A During a year marked by divisive politics, Case Western Reserve University students stepped up to ensure their voice was heard. Campus organizations took it upon themselves to help register students to vote. Groups such as the Radical Student Union also made...

Editorial: The fight against the pipeline

Editorial: The fight against the pipeline

December 2, 2016

The Dakota Access Pipeline has received widespread backlash nationally. The 3.7 billion dollar, 1,172-mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline will connect the Bakken Formation and the Three Forks production areas in North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. It can transport over half a million barrels of oil each day. The p...

Editorial: First week post-Trump, hate crimes increase

November 18, 2016

Since Trump’s surprising victory last week, hate crimes have increased across the country. Vandals have painted swastikas and messages such as “White Power” across various buildings in order to intimidate minorities. Protests against his presidency have taken place just about everywhere: in citie...

Editorial: Moving forward with the election results

November 11, 2016

In an upset that shocked polls, political analysts, and the general population, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has defeated Secretary Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. Along with a victory in the White House, Republicans have also secured control over the House of Representativ...

Editorial: Get out and vote

November 4, 2016

After three presidential debates and seemingly never ending coverage, November has finally arrived. The political cycle has spun us out and exhausted most of us. Out of the typhoon, we’ve been given the two major parties’ candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and third-party risers, Jill St...

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