09
Apr
2014

Injustice exists within Ohio's schools. Even if you were not personally challenged by it, injustice operated around you and affected your interactions with everyone else.

While injustice comes in many forms, there is one that we can end in Ohio: zero-tolerance policies.

Zero tolerance is a form of discipline that ignores the reality.

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09
Apr
2013

We may disagree when it comes to a number of issues facing the university, but there is at least one thing that we both support passionately: STAND Against Genocide’s Conflict-Free Campus Initiative (CFCI). Since STAND started the campaign in 2010, all parties and candidates running for Student Senate have supported CFCI while campaigning and once elected..

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07
Feb
2013

This letter is in response to the article, “Student Senate hears more details on guaranteed tuition.” The guaranteed tuition proposal that Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President Stephen Golding presented to Student Senate may seem like an idea to help students’ financial troubles, but sadly it is just another effort by the administration and the.

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30
Jan
2013

Many members of the OHIO community are by now familiar with the violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which has claimed over 5.4 million lives. Human rights abuses perpetrated in the context of the war include sexual and gender-based violence, child soldiering and forced labor. Last semester, OHIO became the 13th university to acknowledge.

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Letter to the Editor: Game Change in 350.org

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09
Dec
2012

First off I would like to thank both TheNewPolitical and Mr. Pashtun for taking on this cause. My wholehearted belief is that there is no such thing as bad press, and we are incredibly grateful for your coverage on this matter, and for Mr. Pashtun to represent our campaign to Ohio University Student Senate. We.

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19
Sep
2012

Written by Student Senate President Zach George, Vice President Amrit Saini and Treasurer Evan Ecos Five months ago, Provost Benoit & Vice President Golding spoke at one of the Student Senate’s meetings about the necessity of the proposed tuition hike, a hike which would raise tuition by the maximum amount allowed by the state. The Provost.

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15
May
2012

There's a lot of talk in the anti-Obama circles concerning the legitimacy of his support of marriage equality with his recent statement on same-sex marriage. His opponents are painting this as nothing more than pandering to the LGBT community to rally his liberal base and to increase his fundraising for the coming election. That may.

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