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Harvey Weinstein: poster child for society silencing abuse victims

Harvey Weinstein: poster child for society silencing abuse victims

By Tyra Bosnic

October 16, 2017

An Oct. 5 New York Times article, followed by a similar account in the New Yorker on Oct. 10, revealed nearly three decades of disturbing sexual abuse by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who has reache...

Faculty Senate discusses  curriculum, faculty changes

Faculty Senate discusses curriculum, faculty changes

February 13, 2017

Faculty Senate reviewed the 2018—2019 Catalog Curriculum Timeline, which the Executive Committee approved for implementation next year, and received additional information about the new Office of the Registrar at its Feb. 10 meeting. At the meeting, held at Stage Two of the 618 S....

Lorde ushers in 18th year on high note with ‘Mockingjay’

By Managing Editor

November 10, 2014

Most people would not recognize the name Ella Yelich-O’Connor if they heard it on the street, but the pop-phenomenon who calls herself Lorde on stage has maintained her fame in the music industry since she burst into the scene with her Platinum record Pure Heroinein 2013.The singer turned 18 on Nov. 7, which may be surprising to her less-informed, casual fans seeing as she has accomplished more in the last couple years t...

Climate policies gain steam after march, summit

Climate policies gain steam after march, summit

September 29, 2014

THE ISSUE OF climate change continues to garner attentionworldwide following the Sept. 21 People’s Climate March and Sept. 23 UN Climate Summit in New York City. Research on global environmental issues concer...

Burning holes in fire safety

By SpencerRoush

April 25, 2011

In theory, everyone knows what he or she should do if a fire breaks out.Calling 911 is always step one, but embarrassingly enough, I’d probably scream with my hands up in the air dancing around before grabbing my phone to dial. It seems like a natural reaction, but fires are undoubtedly shocking and everyone doesn’t respond appropriately.Many people never think this could happen to them, but when it does, they’ll ret...

Insane thriller delivers

By David Orlikoff

March 1, 2010

“Who is 67?” asks Leonardo DiCaprio as U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels. He believes that number refers to a secret inmate held at the maximum security mental hospital for the criminally insane on the titular “Shutter Island.” But it could also refer to director, Martin Scorsese, who turned 67 last year.DiCaprio has worked with Scorsese for the past 10 years and played a similar character in “The Departed,” for which S...

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