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Off the Cuff: Charles “Chip” Hauss, OC ’69, Peacebuilder, Author

Off the Cuff: Charles “Chip” Hauss, OC ’69, Peacebuilder, Author

Adam Gittin, News editor

Charles “Chip” Hauss, OC ’69, is Senior Fellow for Innovation at Alliance for Peacebuilding, a membership organization of about 110 peacebuilding groups. He is also the author of Security 2.0: Dealing with Global Wicked Problems, which addresses the changing nature and increasing multidimensionality of international security concerns. Hauss came t...  Read More »

Review Security Notebook

Thursday, April 28
 1:29 p.m. Officers were requested to assist a student who fell and injured their knee at Stevenson Dining Hall. The student was given an ice pack and transported to their Village Housing unit at their request. 2:13 p.m. Facilities staff reported a bagged smoke detector in a Union Street Housing Complex unit. Officers res...  Read More »

After Grant Denial, Community Center Seeks New Path to Funding

Vergil Demery

After being denied a Community Development Block Grant from Lorain County, the Phillis Wheatley Community Center is exploring alternate methods to improve the physical accessibility of the center. The money would have funded a lift near the building’s front staircase as well as several disability parking spaces, which would allow disabled visitors...  Read More »

Local News Bulletin

May 6, 2016

District Hires New Assistant Superintendent

May 6, 2016

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ARCHIVES

Buyout Signals Death of Academic Freedom

In what must surely be one of the greatest lawyer jokes of all time, Groucho and Chico parody the jargonized mumbo-jumbo of legally-binding contracts in the “contract scene” in the Marx Brothers’ A Night at the Opera. Struggling to make sense of an inscrutable document, Chico and Groucho have the following exchange: Chico: Hey, wait, wait. Wh...  Read More »

International Political Situation Calls for Democratic Values

I’ve written about a range of topics over the past four years, from international affairs to domestic politics to half-baked political theory. This is quite a week on which to end my column for the Review. With Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich dropping their presidential bids, Donald Trump has done what seemed unthinkable and ha...  Read More »

Blame Monsanto, not GMO Technology

By now, it’s commonplace to hear diehard Oberlin food justice activists, and even mainstream Americans, talk about the agricultural company Monsanto with anger and hatred. Its name has become synonymous with “genetically modified organisms,” and the term GMO has come to signify “harmful” in the minds of many because the produce is believed...  Read More »

Internet Activism Can Flourish Without Trauma

College Should Remember Commitment to Intellectual Freedom

Mercy Endangers Patients with Religious Ideals

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New on ESPN: a Woman

Sarena Malsin, Sports Editor

For a player with a stand­out legacy and athletic career, Abby Wambach is following a pretty traditional post-re­tirement path for a profes­sional athlete: She’s becom­ing a contributing analyst for ESPN. Wambach, who announced her retirement in October 2015 and played her last game with the Women’s National team in December, said on Wednesday...  Read More »

Fighting Scots Best Yeowomen

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Harrison Wollman, Staff Writer

The air was filled with tension as the women’s lacrosse team took the field against the College of Wooster Fighting Scots Saturday, as both teams had a North Coast Athletic Conference playoff bid at stake. In a back-and-forth contest that featured plenty of offensive output and some drama, the Fighting Scots overcame a late-game comeback from the...  Read More »

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Established 1874.
Established 1874.