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Kolison: Depression is silent

Kolison: Depression is silent

Stephen Kolison, Columnist

September 23, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Top Stories

Many people like to pretend that if they cannot see something, then said thing does not exist. For instance, if I don’t look at my bank account, then I can make it rain like a Romney. I’m still a healthy 150 lbs if I can’t see my scale. I have a 4.0 if I don’t look at Blackboard Learn. Unack...

Cabin fever

Sergeant Jeffrey Daberko

January 22, 2016


Filed under News, On the Beat

As a lifetime Clevelander there are a lot of things I like about my city, and I always encourage my out-of-town friends to visit and see for themselves—except in January. January in Cleveland is usually a month of frozen ponds, darkness by dinnertime and cold winds that seem to penetrate any coat....

Dark Ages

Sgt. Jeffrey Daberko and Officer Mark Chavis

January 30, 2015


Filed under News, On the Beat

It’s January at Case Western Reserve University. The holidays have passed. This is the season of battleship-grey skies, full academic workloads and inescapable, rampaging viruses that turn us all into nose-blowing, hacking coughers. There are many things to like about Cleveland, but most of them don’t...

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