Can Nuance Re-enter Conversations on Social Change?

Opinion

By Rosie Alger Opinion Editor As a person who unabashedly leans to the political left, I am hesitant to say, but feel it is important to talk about, how much liberal voices have to answer for. The news is full of problems that need to be addressed, and people on both sides are quick to respond. […]

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News at a Glance

News

By Liz Claud Photography Editor Josh Grossberg from e-online reports that Jeffery Jones, the man who played the role of headmaster Ed Rooney in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” plead guilty Tuesday for failing to update his California sex-offender registration. He had plead no contest to a 2003 charge of hiring a 14-year- old boy for […]

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News at a Glance

News

By Liz Claud Photography Editor 1.  USA Today reports that the San Francisco County Jail in San Bruno, California has installed 16 condom machines. There is now one for each inmate pod for the roughly 750 inmates in the prison. 2.  It’s official. Auction shows are the next big thing on television. Due on Discovery […]

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News at a Glance

News

By Liz Claud Photo Editor In an age where we get most information off the Internet, it can seem a daunting task to figure out exactly what is going on in the world. Though your home page might do it for you, I too have decided to catalogue the multitude of stories assaulting our collective eyeballs and share what I deem the best of the […]

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News at a Glance

News

By Liz Claud, Photography Editor 1. Approaching its 800th episode, COPS has been renewed by FOX for a 23rd season. Its creator John Langley said, “It’s an existential variety show–dramatic, life-threatening, philosophical and legal. We’re still the only show on television with no script, no actors, no host and no reenactments.” 2. After testing Florida […]

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2010 Census: Behind the Times

Opinion

By Beverly Frimpong Elm Staff Writer Census 2010: “It’s in our hands.” The year 2010 brought with it many surprises, reassurances, devastations, hope and all sorts of issues that come with each new year. But one expected change was the update of the national census. This is something that many people do not give any […]

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News at a Glance

News

By Liz Claud Photography Editor 1. Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi, a prayer leader in Tehran, is quoted in Iranian media and the Associated Press as saying “Many women who do not dress modestly…lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which (consequently) increases earthquakes.” 2. Good Morning America reports that it is […]

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WC Events for the Week

Student Life

Tuesday, April 20 PEN Fellow Reading from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the Rose O’Neill Literary House. A reading by Rodrigo Fresan, the Rose O’Neill Literary House PEN fellow for 2010 – from Argentina via Spain. Student Recital from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Hotchkiss, Daniel Z. Gibson Center for the Arts. Wednesday, April 21 […]

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In case you have missed it

In case you have missed it