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public employees celebrate results

Public employees celebrate results

Nov. 9, 2011 — People crowded into the back room at Digger’s Bar & Grill waiting to hear the verdict Ohio voters would hand to unions — a verdict already well predicted by polls.
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issue 2 could change how faculty admin work together

Issue 2 could change how faculty, administration work together

Nov. 7, 2011 — The future of faculty unions in Ohio lies in the hands of voters.


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Silver Oaks sparks debate of morality versus legality

Sept. 26, 2011 — Oaks Place residents will bring 45 individual complaints to mediation Wednesday, three days before a move-out date ordered by property owner Tell Real Estate.



42nd annual BUS Renaissance Ball celebrates history

Nov. 3 2010 — Kasai Carter was so convinced she wouldn’t win that she didn’t hear her name announced when she was declared queen at last year’s Black United Students Renaissance Ball.READ MORE:   Online (full story) | PDF



Annual celebration attracts party animals

Oct. 31, 2010 —  Dressed in a chicken suit and armed with a washboard, “Shubes” danced wildly in front of the rest of his band downtown Saturday night.READ MORE:  Online | PDF



Two women tell their coming-out stories

Oct. 14, 2010 — After five years of questioning her sexuality, Emily Vernon was able to identify herself last year, thanks to Coming Out Week.Annie O’Malley said she tried to teach herself to be straight throughout her childhood.READ MORE: Online | PDF