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Editorial 11-18

November 18, 2010

Few people pick up The Campus on Thursday morning hoping to see profanity splashed in big black letters across the front page. But the Editorial Board of The Campus made a thoughtful and conscious decision to run a picture of...

Letter to the Editor 11-18

November 18, 2010

Dear The Campus, What the FUCK made you think it was okay to depict such vulgar language in the campus newspaper, particularly on the front page? Correct your behavior! There was an Admissions open house on Saturday, and...

Blackface forum, shirts work against progress

November 18, 2010

It all hit me Monday morning . I was sitting in Grounds for Change, when a student walked into the coffee shop wearing the infamous “Blackface?! F*** No!” t-shirt. I was well aware of the discussions on race that were...

Political Herd: Democratic Columnist

November 18, 2010

After two weeks of introspection, Democrats still do not have a clear, cohesive idea of how they will deal with the Republican shift in the House and losses in the Senate. While asking questions such as “What should we do?...

Letter to the Editor: Administration fell short in response to blackface incident

November 11, 2010

I am writing to you as an Allegheny alumna, a former Association for the Advancement of Black Culture Executive Board member and current Multicultural Coordinator/Admission Counselor for Juniata College, a school very similar...

Editorial 11-11

November 11, 2010

This week, the Editorial Board wants to emphasize the importance of discussion and debate. Our worry is that the emotions surrounding sensitive issues like those reported on our pages—ranging from discomfort felt by LGBTQ students...

Letter to the Editor: Campus coverage of blackface incident disappointing, says alumna

November 11, 2010

While perusing last week’s issue of The Campus, I came across ABC’s ad for the Tuesday discussion. I looked for the main article and found nothing, not even a blurb in a cramped Features corner announcing the event. Then...

Editorial 11/4

November 4, 2010

Fan of Fox News? Come on! Oh, you prefer MSNBC? Just as bad. There, Jon Stewart had it right during his Rally to Restore Sanity. Cable news is broken, and as Americans have increasingly turned to the television for their...

Political Herd: Republican Columnist

November 4, 2010

The message came in loud and clear to both sides of the aisle. Winners from both parties were anti-Washington and anti-incumbency, candidates who proved that they too yearn for something different (notice I didn’t say change)...

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