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Civic Participation

Civic Participation

Ariel Miller, Contributor

February 10, 2017

Filed under ARTS, Comic

Ariel Miller

Two-Party System Denies Voters Choice

Russell Jaffe, Contributing Writer

October 28, 2016

Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

When my father was driving my brother and me back from one of our winter club hockey games when I was a kid, he asked us to vote on where we should stop for dinner. My brother and I — still young enough to enjoy vast quantities of fast food without feeling sick — instantly agreed on Burger King. ...

Just Ask Us: Revolutionary Voting Practices

Jolie De Feis and Mike Plotz, Columnists

April 10, 2015

Filed under Columns, OPINIONS

Welcome to another week of “Just Ask Us and We’ll Tell Ya” with Jolie and Mike. We know you’ve been missing us, but get used to it, because we’re getting ready to leave The Oberlin Review and go out on our own as an independent premiere newspaper in Detroit. You can catch us there this time n...

Voting Measures Further Disenfranchise Minorities

Editorial Board

October 10, 2014

Filed under Editorials, OPINIONS

In a three-sentence order handed down last Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court further disenfranchised Ohio’s minority voters by upholding sweeping new limitations on the state’s early voting period. The order, a temporary stay granted by the Court’s conservative majority which suspends two lower...

Climate Marches Necessary to Spark Democratic Action

Chloe Vassot, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2014

Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon graced the public spotlight last Sunday as images emerged of him proudly sporting a U.N. baseball cap and a graphic T-shirt that read, “I’m for Climate Action.” Next to him stood New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, former Vice President Al Gore and primatologist...

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